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22 Star Starred
Lucille Lortel Theatre
121 Christopher St. New York, NY 10014
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The weather was in the 50's which was refreshing after surviving the polar vortex.. I wore a sweater and ponte pants to the show. The crowd was dressed casually and comfortable..
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Early dinner before the show then coffee and dessert after.
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56 reviews
32 stars
attended Feb 23 2014

Very fun show, well performed by the cast. I laughed a lot, as did the rest of the audience. It ran out of steam at the end, though...otherwise I would have five-starred it. Still, a good evening at the theater.

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11 stars
attended Feb 23 2014

The performance was so amazing, it was not what I expected but was pleasantly surprised. I had a great time and did recommend the show to my friends.

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Hand to God

By Robert Askins 

Directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel 

With Steven Boyer, Geneva Carr, Marc Kudisch, Michael Oberholtzer, Sarah Stiles

About the Ticket Supplier: MCC Theater

Guided by the artistic vision of Robert LuPone, Bernard Telsey and William Cantler, MCC Theater brings together exceptional theater artists to produce works that force us to reexamine the world we live in through the unique perspectives of extraordinary writers. MCC Theater is dedicated to discovering and developing challenging, engrossing theater to present on their main stage, while simultaneously nurturing the development of emerging young voices through their literary and education programs. MCC Theater draws from among the finest actors and actresses in the world, casting them in roles that challenge performers and audiences alike. By providing a safe environment to explore compelling stories, MCC encourages artists to take risks -- continually stretching their boundaries and working beyond expectations.