HAND TO GOD AND 24/6: A JEWISH THEATER COMPANY
An unhappy teen attends a Christian puppet-making workshop in Texas in this outrageous comedy.
Hand to God is the outrageous, award-winning new American comedy on Broadway about an unhappy teen attending a Christian puppet-making workshop in Texas, whose sock-puppet seemingly becomes possessed by the devil. Guests are playwright Robert Askins, director Moritz von Stuelpnagel, actor Steven Boyer and the satanic puppet, Tyrone. Next up, Yoni Oppenheim and Avi Soroka, Directors and Co-Founders of 24/6: A Jewish Theater Company, which they created as a theatrical home for Sabbath-Observant Jews, who cannot attend or work on shows between sundown on Fridays and sundown on Saturdays.