UVM Theatre presents ”Hand to God”

Hand to god

Something devilish is lurking in a church basement puppet show in Cypress, Texas and his name is Tyrone! “Avenue Q” meets “The Exorcist” as UVM Theatre presents “Hand to God” – the spectacularly foulmouthed and wickedly scandalous new Broadway play.

Tony award nominee for best play “Hand to God” has everything – comedy, cursing, violence, sex and some VERY rude puppets! All hell breaks loose when a sock puppet named Tyrone, possesses an innocent teenager, exposing everyone’s deepest secrets and teaches us all about love, grief and the power of forgiveness.
This play contains mature content and language and is not recommended for young audiences.

Adults: $22, Seniors (55+), UVM Faculty/Staff and Non- UVM Students: $19, UVM Students ONLY $10



Jason/Tyrone – Caleb Chew
Jessica/Jolene – Kristen Brown
Margery – Katelyn Paddock
Pastor Greg – Ian Walls
Timothy – Michael Daley III


Director – Craig Wells
Scenic Design – Jeff Modereger
Costume Design – Martin A. Thaler
Lighting Design – John B. Forbes
Sound Design – Zach Williamson
Puppet Design and Construction – Dawn Wagner
Projection Design – Syd Baskind and John B. Forbes
Intimacy Choreographer – Chelsea Pace
Production Stage Manager – Amanda Tramposch
Assistant Stage Managers – Laila Iarussi and Robert Ostler
Assistant Sound Design – Abra Clawson
Hand to God contains mature subject matter and language and is not recommended for young audiences.