Expat Living (Singapore) - - Arts & Leisure -

From 19 April, Sin­ga­pore Reper­tory Theatre (SRT) presents Tony Award-nom­i­nated play Hand to God, a dark com­edy that nar­rates the life of a trou­bled teen who, while cop­ing with his fa­ther’s re­cent death, is forced to join his mother in a church-led pup­pet group. When this God-fear­ing boy dis­cov­ers that his sock pup­pet has a life of its own, all hell breaks loose, with his foul-mouthed, sa­tanic sock pup­pet, Ty­rone, show­ing the chil­dren, min­is­ter and school bully who’s re­ally in charge. Star­ring Daniel Jenk­ins, Jan­ice Koh, Ann Lek, Thomas Pang and Gavin Yap, Hand to God plays to a younger gen­er­a­tion, riff­ing on ev­ery­thing from love to faith while mak­ing au­di­ences laugh out loud. Psst – if you’re a fan of Av­enue Q, you’ll likely love this one! See it at KC Arts Cen­tre – Home of SRT. Tick­ets from Sis­tic.

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