In 'An Act Of God,' the Almighty (Jim Parsons) and His devoted angels answer some of the deepest questions that have plagued mankind since Creation. More…
The King of the Universe takes on His greatest challenge: Broadway. God - in the form of Jim Parsons - has finally arrived to set the record straight…and He's not holding back! Based on the critically acclaimed book The Last Testament: A Memoir by God, this 90 minute comedy was written by David Javerbaum, former head writer of 'The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.'
See it if you want an easy, breezy evening. Parsons is, as always, likable. But this could have been much more. The jokes felt a bit worn.
Don't see it if you want a big production. AAOG sh be in a smaller setting. Where were the women? Do it w/a great comedian!
See it if you are a Jim Parsons' fan. He plays himself/God/Sheldon Cooper (from Big Bang Theory) which are all the same character.
Don't see it if the jokes are often flat and over the top. It's not bad, but it's not great either.
See it if you're a big fan of Jim Parsons.
Don't see it if you don't like stand up. It's basically a stand up act about religion. If it had been 30 minutes it would have been VERY fun.
See it if you like Jim Parsons and/or want to have an entertaining night at the theater. It was definitely fun.
Don't see it if you would be offended by the premise of the play
See it if you are open to religious themes and want to laugh - several profound moments
Don't see it if you are closed-minded to religious discussion
See it if you love jim parsons and cleaver lines.
Don't see it if you don't like shows langing and jim parsons. if your very religious and don't have a sense of humor.
See it if You like Jim Parsons; you have an irreverent attitude towards religion; you want to laugh.
Don't see it if Your Christian sensibilities are easily offended. I saw this with a group of 13 very diverse friends, and everyone liked it.
See it if you like intelligent, funny, thought-provoking shows about religion.
Don't see it if you can't take criticisms of Christianity, or if you're not a fan of one-man shows (it's mostly one-man).
See it if If you love Jim Parsons and LGBT humor, it was a great show.
Don't see it if If you are conservative or are not a fan of The Big Bang Theory, take a pass.
See it if If you're a Parsons fan or really like clever concepts; If you like long monologues with hysterical delivery;
Don't see it if If you're easily offended or don't enjoy pop culture reference jokes;
See it if Love Jim Parsons (or similar type character). Easy entertainment unless having fun with religion puts you off. Nothing earth shattering-fun.
Don't see it if you're looking for something deep. If you can't take a comedic look at some religious concepts this is not for you. Parsons delivers, though
See it if If you don't mind Humor lhat is a irreverent and if you like this performer and want to laugh yourself silly this is a great show for you.
Don't see it if If you're easily offended if you don't like this performer or if you find very left wing humor difficult to deal with.
See it if you want a quick and funny monologue discussing faith and God in a funny and refreshing way. This show is so delightful and funny!
Don't see it if you cannot handle jokes about religion and faith in a satirical way. This is a modern take on old texts that is relevant yet specific.
See it if you'd like a laugh out loud night at the theater anchored by the always hilarious Jim Parsons and scene stealing Christopher Fitzgerald
Don't see it if you don't follow current events or jokes on religion makes you uncomfortable
See it if Wonderfully entertaining, with deep questions answered so cleverly. I laughed to hard.
Don't see it if If you are religious and do not like religious humor.