"This is an opportunity to do some serious work that maybe has a bigger impact on the community and reaches into topics not often covered in summer theater," she said. as well as to do serious work and reflect the voices of American artists. But my first marching order is to listen and learn." with extremely limited means.In Philadelphia, aiming high means keeping up with the artistically competitive smaller companies that have sometimes swept the Barrymore Awards.
Though it will have you in stitches from start to finish with its absurdist story line and delectably profane irreverence, Hand to God isn’t exactly profound.
That’s pretty much the climax of Hand to God, a belly-achingly hilarious satire about religion, morality, and hypocrisy playing now through April 30 at Philadelphia Theatre Company’s Suzanne Roberts Theatre on Broad Street.
East Texas playwright Robert Askins’ Tony-nominated 2015 Broadway hit uses a delightfully demented mélange of live actors and puppets to mount a frontal, take-no-prisoners assault on Middle America.
, she suddenly found herself acting as executive artistic director and getting the establishment out of debt.
Plus taking a vice presidency with Actors' Equity Association.