Hand To God

Hand To God Tickets

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Tickets at Booth Theatre

The Booth Theatre opened in 1913 and was designed by Henry B. Herts as a companion to The Shubert Theatre. It was named after an earlier theater which was named for actor Edwin Booth, who happened to be the brother of John Wilkes Booth.

This intimate auditorium was intended for small dramatic plays or one-man shows. It had one major restoration in 1979 and remains part of the Shubert Organization.


222 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10036
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Booth Theatre

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About Hand To God on Broadway


Booth Theatre
222 West 45th Street
New York, NY 10036
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2 hours (with 1 intermission)


May be inappropriate for 14 and under


March 12, 2015


April 7, 2015


Jan. 3, 2016

Video and Photos for Hand To God

Story for Hand To God

Deep in the heart of Broadway, there lurks a creature so outrageous, so scandalous, so totally surprising…and so refreshingly, shockingly true. This is Tyrone, the scene-stealing sprite who springs hilariously to life in this brilliant, Tony-nominated thrill ride of a comedy. True, Tyrone may be an inanimate object, but his riotously raunchy riffs on everything from love to faith shake a small Texas town to its core, while proving that it is both sinfulness and saintliness that make us all truly human…and utterly alive.

@JuddApatow: It was amazing!

@RealHughJackman: Amazing show .... HAND TO GOD - so warped - so good.

@ActuallyNPH: Just saw @HandtoGodBway . Maybe the craziest shit I've ever seen. In the best possible way. The entire cast deserves a hand. But just one.

Critics’ Reviews for Hand To God

"The best play of the season."

Huffington Post

"Ferociously funny"

The New York Times

"The funniest Broadway comedy in years."

, Time Out New York