At the Broadway Opening of the Show 'Hand to God' Celebrities Reveal Their Childhood Creative Projects

April 22, 2015 7:48 PM

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In the thought-provoking and darkly hilarious new Broadway play, Hand to God, Jason, a well-meaning soft-spoken teenager, creates a hand puppet from a gray sock, red fuzz and some felt. Jason's mother is convinced that a puppet show will give her son a much needed creative outlet and help him work through his grief after losing his father. But what ensues is completely unpredictable.

So at the play's recent opening night, it seemed fitting to ask the celebrity audience, some of Broadway's finest, what creative outlet they had when they were kids. In fact, both the play's director, Moritz von Stuelpnagel and playwright, Robert Askins put on puppet shows. "It was a way to give voi...

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