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Bob Saget Enters Broadway’s 'Hand to God'



    Bob Saget Enters Broadway’s 'Hand to God'
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    Bob Saget will join the Broadway cast of "Hand to God."

    “Full House” favorite Bob Saget will return to Broadway this fall in the Tony-nominated dark comedy “Hand to God.”

    Saget will step into the role of Pastor Greg beginning Nov. 3 and continue through the show's closing on Jan. 3, 2016.

    Tony nominee Marc Kudisch, who originated the role of Pastor Greg, will depart the production Nov. 1 and head to Chicago, where he’ll join the cast of “Baritones UnBound” at the Royal George Theatre this December. Kudisch conceived and co-wrote the show.

    This will be Saget’s second time on a Broadway stage, after his run in The Drowsy Chaperone in 2007.

    “Hand to God” tells the story of a boy in a Christian Puppet Ministry group whose puppet becomes possessed by the devil. The play, written by Robert Askins and directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel, is now playing at the Booth Theater.

    A London production will open in February 2016.

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