Bill DeYoung, Tampa’s own Edward R. Murrow of arts and culture reporting, sat down for a chat with Hand to God’s Nick Hoop. An excerpt:
So, to the metaphysical question. Is Tyrone – Hoop describes him as “Kermit the Frog after doing a line of coke” – really just a manifestation of the repressed Jason’s subconscious, or is his appearance some sort of divine intervention? (Tyrone will have his own opinions on this).
“In our production especially, you have enough arguments to make the case for both,” says Hoop. “Tyrone doesn’t divulge any information that Jason might not already be aware of …
“Without revealing too much, there are a few things that happen in the show that might make a strong case for the other side of the argument. Let’s just say a lot of fun, interesting things will happen.”
Read the full article online at the St. Pete Catalyst! Hand to God is on stage through Mar. 14 in the Straz Center’s reconfigured-for-distance Jaeb Theater.