A comedy about drag queens might have a somewhat limited audience. The Legend of Georgia McBride, though, is not so much a comedy about drag queens, but a comedy which incorporates characters who happen to be drag queens.
Like Hand to God, Permission is outrageous and profane; like its predecessor, it can be seen as a sledgehammer attack on religion featuring violence and sex, albeit without as much bloodshed. But there the similarities end. Hand to God is inspired; Permission, alas, is not.
Set in Texas, in a Lutheran church, Hand to God follows in the tradition of American southern literature, its characters as confused about God's place in their lives as any troubled souls in works by William Faulkner or Flannery O'Connor.