In 'An Act of God,' the Almighty ('Will & Grace' star Sean Hayes) 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 Sean Hayes—has finally arrived to set the record straight…and He's not holding back! Based on the book 'The Last Testament: A Memoir by God,' this 90-minute comedy was written by David Javerbaum, former head writer of 'The Daily Show,' and directed by Tony winner Joe Mantello. The show was previously mounted on Broadway in summer 2015 with Jim Parsons as God.
See it if You're a fan of topical humor especially if you're a Sean Hayes fan. He is TERRIFIC! Not just for liberals, I think it's fair to Christians.
Don't see it if You can't see that the bible is open to interpretation. If you're offended by views that may differ from yours, this is not for you.
See it if you were a fan of @TweetOfGod; you're an atheist who can laugh at the absurdity of God; you're a theist who can laugh at the folly of Man.
Don't see it if you're too sensitive to laugh at Judeo-Christian religion or you're hoping for biting criticism and a sharp skewering of Christianity.
See it if enjoy a one man show and are a fan of Hayes. The two angels have little to add but there are sme funny lines.
Don't see it if you a strict religious believer. Some lines may clash with your feelings It is a cabaret show at Broadway prices,
See it if you enjoy a cheeky redo of the 10 commandments by Daily Show writer; charming Hayes acting his a** off as God using Will & Grace shtick
Don't see it if you expect more from a Broadway show than a 75 minute Borscht Belt routine by Hayes w/ 2 side-kicks
See it if Laughed all the way through. Hayes is such an engaging performer. And I loved what the script had to say. An uplifting final message.
Don't see it if If your politics runs toward the more conservative side, you probably won't like what the script has to say.
See it if You like to laugh and enjoy topical humor that is not cruel. You want to see Sean Hayes perform - he was great.
Don't see it if You think jokes about religion and Donald Trump are inappropriate. You take the bible literally and don't believe in evolution.
See it if you'd enjoy a tour de force by Sean Hayes. This is very nearly a one-man show, and he is up to the task.
Don't see it if a nearly one-man show w/God talking to you for 80 minutes straight sounds like it has the potential to drag a bit for you; it may.
See it if you're a Sean Hayes fan or are in need of a good laugh. This show is laugh-out-loud funny.
Don't see it if you're easily offended by shows poking fun at faith.
See it if Really funny skewering of religion & the 10 Commandments in the guise of God answering questions aided by 2 angels; Sean Hayes is delightful
Don't see it if You are religious; this pokes deep fun at it, and espouses atheism. The play is short and slight for Broadway; a 90 minute comic monologue.
See it if religious jokes don't offend you. Thoroughly enjoyed it & laughed a lot, but wish we'd seen Jim Parsons & not Sean doing "Jack McFarland".
Don't see it if you're easily offended by religious jokes whether mild or hilariously offensive. Get a grip, and get a sense of humor. It's funny as hell.
See it if You are a Sean Hayes fan; he is wonderful in this. See if you can laugh at interpreting and rewriting the 10 commandments.
Don't see it if You are offended by jokes about religion, the bible, prayers and faith in general.
See it if Seeing the show with Jim Parsons was a turn off because Sean Hayes is great and worth seeing.
Don't see it if You're going to be offended by jokes about religion, gays, America...or really just anything.
See it if you are Sean Hayes fan and can handle a show which pokes fun at the bible. It was entertaining for me and all my friends. Great Actor!
Don't see it if you are very religious and can't take a joke. If you want to see a big production with multiple actors and costumes, this is not the show.
See it if you enjoy a hearty laugh and are open to discussions about god and prayers
Don't see it if you take offense or are uncomfortable about poking fun or raising questions about religious rituals or beliefs
See it if Like Sean Hayes, irreverent humor, don't take religion seriously, want to laugh. I like it w/ Hayes than with Jim Parsons
Don't see it if You are religious, don't have a sense of humor, can't handle philosophical issues