begins limited run Feb. 26!
TO GOD, Robert Askins' Tony-nominated hilariously
irreverent play featuring a foul-mouthed puppet, enjoys a limited
live run Feb. 26 - Mar. 14 with specially-priced previews on
Feb. 24-25. All performances take place in the Straz Center's
reconfigured-for-distance Jaeb Theater.
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HAND TO GOD
stars Evan Fineout (Timothy), Kara Sotakoun (Jessica/Jolene),
Nick Hoop (Jason/Tyrone), Katrina Stevenson (Margery), and Brian
Shea (Pastor Greg) - pictured accordingly - with Producing Artistic
Director David M. Jenkins directing.
and critics have lauded our live return, not only for the quality
of the work on stage but for the commitment to health and safety
throughout the facility. Straz Center has a gold seal of approval
from TPRO, Tampa General Hospital's consulting service, for
reopening protocols and both Straz and Jobsite are recognized
as a Safe & Sound business by the City of Tampa. Read
more about all we are to protect audiences, staff, and artists.
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Meek and mild Jason takes solace in the Christian Puppet Ministry
after the death of his father. When his originally soft-spoken
puppet Tyrone takes on a shocking personality then possesses
his arm, Jason unwittingly throws the town of Cypress, TX into
a tizzy. Jason’s complicated relationships with the town pastor,
the school bully, the girl next door and—most especially—his
mother weather further turbulence at the hands of Tyrone’s dangerously
irreverent personality. Hand to God explores the
fragile nature of faith, morality and the ties that bind us.
"Laugh, motherf*ckers, that sh*t's funny."
VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED:
This show is inappropriate for anyone not
old enough to experience adult humor …
or anyone that doesn’t like it.
Nov. production of Anna Deavere Smith's TWILIGHT:
LOS ANGELES, 1992 will get a one-week digital
stream Mar. 3-9, March 3rd marks 30 years to the day from the
event catalyst of the LA uprisings -- Rodney King's beating
by a group of police officers. BroadwayWorld called Andresia
Moseley's (just seen as Mrs. Muller in our production of DOUBT)
powerhouse tour-de-force the "Best Performance of 2020."