Hand to God
March 28 - April 9
Hand to God received five Tony Award nominations, including Best New Play. Tormented by feelings of lust and loss, an unhappy teenage boy tries to please his mother by performing with a puppet for her church ministry program. However, things get slightly out of hand and do not go according to plan. Tackling the nature of good and evil, Hand to God is a metaphor to getting to the crux of matters. Audience members should note that this dark comedy contains sexualized scenes, violence, profanity and puppet nudity.
The play opens Tuesday, March 28 and closes on Sunday, April 9. Performances are Tuesday – Saturday at 7:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. matinees on Saturday and Sunday.