Generation Productions announces the production company’s return to the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts’ Alexis and Jim Pugh Theater with the delightfully sinister Broadway play Hand to God, playing October 12th through 22nd.
Tickets to Hand to God are on sale now and can be purchased at DrPhillipsCenter.org. Ticket prices start at $31.
The good children of Cypress, Texas are taught to obey the Bible in order to evade Satan’s hand, but all hell breaks loose when meek Jason’s puppet at the Christian Puppet Ministry presents a shockingly sinister agenda of its own. In this hilarious and lightning-paced comedy, a foul-mouthed sock puppet named Tyrone soon teaches those around him that a person’s darkest urges and desires fit like a glove, and Jason must re-define himself before the ventriloquist becomes the dummy. This raunchy, irreverent Tony Award-nominated Broadway comedy hit inspires chills and chuckles as it unravels the fragility of faith.
“Since seeing Hand to God on Broadway, it’s definitely been at the top of my Directorial Bucket List,” said Director Kenny Howard. “I’m excited to introduce Orlando audiences to such a devilishly funny play.”
The cast of Hand to God is led by Jerry J. Jobe as Jason/Tyrone, Devan Seaman as Jessica, Rebecca Fisher as Margery, Jason Blackwater as Pastor Greg and Andrew Romano as Timmy.
Generation Productions’ Hand to God, written by Robert Askins, is produced by Aaron Safer, and features direction by Kenny Howard. Set design is by Bonnie Sprung, with costumes by Kyla Swanberg, and lighting design by Amy Hadley.