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Broadway has seen its share of puppets, but Hand to God takes them to a new realm.

Majestic Repertory tries its hand at ‘Hand to God’

March 23rd, 2017

Broadway has seen its share of puppets, but Hand to God takes them to a new realm.

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    Between the caustic put-downs of celebrity culture and classic door-slamming of farce, there are moments of genuine heart.

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  • Stage

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  • Stage

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  • Stage

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  • A&E

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  • Stage

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