Can I Get an Amen for Hand to God on Its Broadway Opening Night?

Blood, sweat, tears, and puppets pay off for the newly christened Broadway company.

Robert Askins' irreverent comedy Hand to God has become Broadway's latest "little-show-that-could." The production scraped its way from workshop presentations and off-Broadway runs with Ensemble Studio Theatre and MCC all the way to the Booth Theatre where, last night, the cast and crew were officially welcomed to the Great White Way. Take a look as TheaterMania chats with the company about the show's storied journey and the excited audiences it's been literally knocking out since arriving on 45th Street.

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