Hand to God

Hand to God at Live ArtsPresented by Silverchair
Sponsored by Tom & Penny Howard and Tim McNamara

  • by Robert Askins
  • directed by Cristan Keighley
  • April 13–May 5
  • Founders Theater

“Darkly delightful.” – New York Times

The Exorcist meets Avenue Q in this irreverent and hysterical journey to the basement of a church in Cypress Texas, where Jason, a painfully shy, mild-mannered kid joins his mother Margery’s Christian Puppet Ministry. Jason’s alter ego, Tyrone is a foul-mouthed, independent, and diabolically funny puppet who has other plans for his human.

As Tyrone finds his strength, Jason loses control of relationships with the bad-boy bully, the adorable girl-next-door, and his lonely and beleaguered mother.

Hand To God’s exploration of faith, morality, secrets, and human nature is devilishly fun, and will leave you aching with laughter.