Photos Taken By Kristi Jan Hoover
A happy hour kick-off for HAND TO GOD. Swing by City Theatre for a pre-show happy hour with wickedly good Wigle Whiskey cocktails and samples, Penn Brewery beer specials, and a preview performance of HAND TO GOD on September 28th at 7:00 p.m. which you can purchase tickets for here.
Keep the hilarity rolling after the show and join us in the lobby for a live recording of Drinking Partners Podcast with comedians Ed Dailey and Day Bracey and the cast. For more information, see our Facebook event.
Join City Theatre and the Pittsburgh Center for Creative Reuse and make your very own Tyrone! Enjoy a complimentary Bloody Mary or Mimosa, and brunch snacks, while making a one-of-a-kind hand puppet using recycled and repurposed materials from the PCCR. Afterward, check out the 1:00 p.m. performance of Hand to God and see how your Tyrone measures up. There are only 20 spaces available for the puppet-making workshop. Tickets, which include the workshop and matinee performance, are $50. Use promocode FELTUP to order. See our Facebook event for more information.
This event is BYODP: Bring Your Own Demonic Possession.
The New York Times | by Diep Tran
Nov. 9, 2016
”He starts out nice and everything — happy face on him, button eyes, little eyebrows.”
PA Theatre Guide | By Will Ashton
Oct. 6, 2016
Its astounding electricity and frenetic energy, brought with such care and investment by director Tracy Brigden, is a marvelous thing to behold.
Broadway World | By Mike Mekus
Oct. 5, 2016
Tracy Brigden did a solid job directing an immaculate production. She had supremely talented performers to work with, and it showed.
Pittsburgh City Paper | By Ted Hoover
Oct. 5, 2016
Seeing Hand to God could send you straight to Hell, but you’ll be laughing the whole way down.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | By Christopher Rawson
Oct. 5, 2015
Yes, “Hand to God” is just as funny as you’ve heard, and if you haven’t heard, you must live too far away from the South Side to hear the gales of laughter. But “gales” isn’t strong enough — make it tornadoes.
The Pittsburgh Tatler | By Wendy Arons
Oct. 3, 2016
Nick LaMedica is a magician with the hand puppet, and the rapid-fire comedic interplay between Jason and Tyrone is sheer genius, not only on the level of dialogue, but also as physical comedy
‘Burgh Vivant | by Brian Edward
Oct. 3, 2016
Brava to director Tracy Brigden to play the comedy for the drama and not just for the laughs. The emotions in the show are honestly felt (pun always intended).
PGH in the Round | by Yvonne Hudson
Oct. 3, 2016
The whole cast is just terrific under Tracy Brigden’s keen direction, relentlessly playing of each character’s good and evil sides.
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review | By Alice T. Carter
Sept. 28, 2016
City Theatre artistic director Tracy Brigden likes to include a comedy in every season.That’s not as easy as you’d think, she says.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | By Sharon Eberson
Sept. 22, 2016
If you see a guy walking around the South Side with a puppet, say “Hi.” Just don’t be surprised if the puppet answers.
LISA VELTEN SMITH
ANDREW DAVID OSTROWSKI
NANCY McNULTY McGEEVER
CAPARELLIOTIS CASTING/LAUREN PORT
SUN, SEPT 25 | 7:00 PM
FRI, SEPT 30 | 8:00 PM
SUN, OCT 2 | 2:00 PM
FRI, OCT 7 | 8:00 PM
SUN, OCT 9 | 2:00 PM
TUES, OCT 11 | 7:00 PM
SUN, OCT 16 | 2:00 PM
Open Captioning & Audio Description
Hand to God is rated R for rude, raunchy, and riotously funny content. You’ve been warned.
Approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes with one 15 minute intermission.
Starting at $37.50.
$15 advance tickets, excluding Fridays 8pm/Saturdays 5:30pm.
$15 rush tickets at the Box Office beginning two hours prior to show.
Tickets will be held at Will Call. Must present valid ID. One ticket per ID.
A limited number of “Pay-What-You-Want” tickets will be available two hours before the 1 p.m. performance on Saturday, October 8th. Please call the box office in advance to check on availability. Mention “Pay-What-You-Want” pricing when purchasing.
$22 rush tickets at the Box Office beginning two hours prior to show.
Save when you bring a group! For pricing, contact Joel Ambrose, Box Office Manager, by email or at 412.431.4400 x286.
As a participating Blue Star Theatre, City Theatre is happy to offer 25% off to military personnel and their families. More info >