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Paul Davis as Pastor Greg and Sharon Eddy as Margery in 'Hand to God.' Photo by Rachel Zirkin Duda.

Review: ‘Hand to God’ by Wolf Pack Theatre Company

Featuring everything from simulated puppet sex, tawdry seductions and a mangled ear, the Tony-nominated Hand to God, by Robert Askins, is a play that...

Review: ‘Hand to God’ by Fredericksburg Theatre Ensemble

Fredericksburg Theatre Ensemble (fte) was established in the Spring of 2011. They’re a nonprofit organization, focusing on guilty pleasures and “celebrating the art of...
Hand to God at Maryland Ensemble Theatre. Photo by Joe Williams.

Review: ‘Hand to God’ at Maryland Ensemble Theatre

So what sort of play is Hand to God? Dysfunctional family drama? Teen coping with angst saga? Angry satire on a particular style of Christianity?...

Review: ‘Hand to God’ at Philadelphia Theatre Company

Sometimes it’s easier to let a puppet speak for you, when you know the truth about how you feel will not be well received...

Magic Time! The Studio Theatre’s ‘Hand to God’: A Puppet Chat

So this strange thing happened. I was sitting at a table in a church basement that happened to be on the fourth floor of...

Review: ‘Hand to God’ at The Studio Theatre

Hand to God at Studio is truly outlandish; a joyfully “blasphemous” production just as The Studio Theatre marketing material shouts out in a bold...

Magic Time! Left-Handed Complement: Liam Forde on Acting With a Puppet in ‘Hand to...

Studio Theatre’s fourth floor has been turned into an amazing facsimile of a Lutheran church basement, complete with inspirational posters on the walls and...

‘Hand to God’ at The Booth Theatre in New York City

As summer fare this highly imaginative black comedy by Robert Askins is not what you'd expect. No Butterflies are Free, no Barefoot in the...

A Powerhouse Performance of Handel’s Messiah by NSO at The Kennedy Center

At the outset, I will confess a bias: I much prefer listening to baroque pieces played in the style, and on the scale, of...

‘The Drowsy Chaperone’ rouses audience at Goddard Music and Drama Club with exuberant performance

If you are looking for some enjoyable entertainment before the holiday rush sets in, see The Drowsy Chaperone by the Goddard Music and Drama...
Kevin Hasser (Robert), Rena Cherry Brown (Sophia), and Colin Smith (Calvin) in 'West by God' at The Keegan Theatre. Photo by Cameron Whitman Photography.

Review: ‘West by God’ at The Keegan Theatre

The economic and social plight of America’s white rural working class has been the subject of recent blockbuster books from J.D. Vance’s Hillbilly Elegy...
Vishwas (Alan Raleigh), Susan Marie Rhea (Annette Raleigh), Lolita Marie (Veronica Novak) and DeJeanette Horne (Michael Novak) in Keegan Theatre's production of 'God of Carnage.' Photo by Cameron Whitman.

Review: ‘God of Carnage’ at Keegan Theatre

Yasmina Reza’s Tony Award-winning God of Carnage is a cautionary tale for modern times. Written in French and translated into English by Christopher Hampton,...
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Magic Time!: ‘God of Carnage’ at Keegan Theatre

The set foreshadows the coming fracas.  There's a fault line down the middle where this living room seems sliced in two. And something's out...
Stephanie Blakely (Anna Maria) sits with Ryan Walker (Jesus) during the song “Day by Day"' Photo by Maureen Hagerman.

Review: ‘Godspell (2012 Revised Version)’ by Rooftop Productions

Rooftop Productions has wowed me yet again, this time with its current production, Godspell. I have a hard time describing Godspell because there isn’t exactly...

Review: ‘Hands on a Hardbody’ at the Keegan Theatre

The title of this show, if you have never heard of it, doesn't mean what you might think. It's not about fitness. It's not...

Is God Dead? Or Just Depressed, Lonely and Fed Up With Humankind?

The verdict is in. God is not dead. And rumors of his death, to paraphrase Mark Twain, have been greatly exaggerated. In fact, the...

Review: ‘Children of a Lesser God’ at Studio 54

When Mark Medoff‘s award-winning play Children of a Lesser God premiered on Broadway in 1980, followed by the highly-lauded film adaptation in 1986, it...

Magic Time!: The Birth and Revelation of ‘Mom Baby God’: A Q&A with Playwright/Performer...

Mom Baby God—a solo show written and performed by Madeline Joey Rose about the right’s attack on abortion rights—is as playful as it is...

Review: ‘Godly Chaos’ at Charm City Fringe Festival

Oh, gosh. What to say about Godly Chaos? This show, produced by QuaQuaQua, is highly ambitious. It takes place, primarily, on a large screen...

Magic Time!: ‘An Act of God’ at Signature Theatre

Rarely have I enjoyed such a perfect union of comic writing, acting, and staging with such non-stop hilarity. Just opened in the intimate Ark...