Robert Askins’ play finds a Fundamentalist Christian congregation reckoning with a hand puppet named Tyrone that’s possessed by the devil.
“Mr. Askins black comedy about the divided human soul stands out as a misfit, both merry and scary, and very welcome.” — The New York Times
“In Askins vision, deviance and debauchery aren’t that different from fervent piety, deep faith, the longing for purity and goodness… a point that makes every joke, every scandalous sight gag land with extra bite…” — San Francisco Chronicle
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