In a church basement in a little town in Texas, something evil is afoot. Or, well — at hand. A rogue puppet named Tyrone has hijacked the hand of timid teen Jason and there’s nothing his classmates, his mother, or the pastor can do to stop it. Don't miss the thrill ride of a comedy The New York Times calls “flat out hilarious.”
Hang on to your seats for the 2016/17 season. It starts with a helluva comedy, HAND TO GOD, before turning new pages, reaching great heights, and taking you on a wild ride. These six shows are some of the best new plays you'll see in Pittsburgh, in fresh productions on our two intimate stages. Be here. Now.