From Michael Stipe and Woody Allen to Bill Maher and David Bazan, there exists a long line of art borne from men wrestling with their religious upbringing. Three years ago, ‘Wretch Like Me,’ the one-man show written and performed by Bohemian theater critic David Templeton, did this very thing with an added bonus: laughter. Now, in an updated revision, Templeton’s story about coming of age as a fundamentalist puppeteer with an overly devoted (to the Lord) girlfriend returns. Brush up on your New Testament verses and hark back to the weird world of the 1970s in two shows, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 28 and 29, at the Occidental Center of the Arts. 3850 Doris Murphy Court, Occidental. 4pm. $10. 707.874.9392.