An audience member stalled a production of "Hand of God" when he climbed on stage and tried to use an outlet on set to charge his phone.

A Facebook post following the event says: "At 'Hand to God' tonight I saw on audience member climb onto the stage right before the show and plug his cell phone into a (fake) electrical outlet on the set. ON. THE. SET. The crew had to stop the precook music, remove the cellphone, and make an announcement as to why you can't do that. Truly. I am a quiet and reserved person and I took great joy in loudly heckling the idiot when he returned to take his phone back. Moron. Has theatre etiquette--heck, Common Sense--[really] fallen that far??"

A couple of the cast members took to Twitter following the event: