Hand to God's Evil Puppet Tyrone Has a Few Words for Helen Mirren, Chita Rivera, Hedwig and Finding Neverland

News   Hand to God's Evil Puppet Tyrone Has a Few Words for Helen Mirren, Chita Rivera, Hedwig and Finding Neverland The marketing team behind the critically-acclaimed Broadway comedy Hand to God is having some fun with the Broadway season.

Ads featured in the April Playbill Magazine, now in theatres, have been specifically created to target ticket-buyers at 14 of Broadway's current shows.

Tyrone, the biblical puppet who has a mind of his own and a mostly unprintable vocabulary, has a few messages for some of Broadway's biggest stars and most-popular shows.

Among them are Helen Mirren in The Audience. Tyrone's note reads: "Helen, You can rule me all night long and twice on Wendesdays."

For The Visit, starring Broadway veteran Chita Rivera, Tyrone says: "Revenge is a dish best served cold... Or warm... Or hot... Like Chita."

Hedwig also gets a shout-out: "Why so angry?" Tyrone asks. "I'd be happy with an inch."

Tyrone's advice to the family-friendly audience over at Finding Neverland? "Don't bring the kids."

Among the other shows who get shout-outs in this go-round (a whole other slew of ads will premiere in May) are Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, The King and I, Fish in the Dark, On the Twentieth Century, Fun Home, Skylight, Kinky Boots, The Book of Mormon, Something Rotten! and Wolf Hall.

Check out Tyrone's initial batch of Broadway shout-outs!