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 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 you adore late show TV monologues and love Sean Hayes
Don't see it if you're expecting something truly original and hilarious and want something more than a basically 75 minutes one man show
See it if I had higher expectations for a show I have heard so much about. There was a potential to go deeper with the humor but it stayed superficial
Don't see it if You are a snake handler or prefer dialogue spoken in tongues.
See it if you love Sean Hayes. You lean towards agnosticism. You enjoy humorous plays on Broadway that are more like stand up or nightclub acts.
Don't see it if you're expecting something terribly biting or insightful. If you're very religious, it could offend. If you're not, it's a bit weak.
See it if you love Sean Hayes and want to see a very short 70 min (they lie when they say its 90 mins) occasionally amusing comedy.
Don't see it if if you want more than a mildly amusing stand up (actually a sit down on a couch) routine - it's very, very thin and only occasionally funny
See it if you love Sean Hayes and want to see him on Broadway
Don't see it if the humor is banal and nothing really happens in the show. It's just Hayes talking at the audience.
See it if you enjoy cliche jokes and love Sean Hayes. His performance is entertaining and his personality is fun on stage. You will have a few laughs.
Don't see it if you're looking for more depth in your humor. you will laugh some, but otherwise there aren't many memorable moments.
See it if You really enjoy Sean Hayes, or if you can get a cheap ticket for an enjoyable enough night out.
Don't see it if You expect anything profound, or expect anything more than a few funny bits.
See it if Your a liberal middle aged Christian. It's short and if you like stand up it felt like a stand up sketch with some great moments and topics.
Don't see it if Your trying to avoid political talk, if you are a conservative religious human, and if you hate stand up. If you need visual stimulation.
See it if You are a die hard Sean Hayes fan. He is charming an fun to see. You think an impersonation of God might keep your interest for 90 min.
Don't see it if You realize how stultifying 90 minutes of "Just Jack" could be. The routine sags and lags after the first 15 minutes.