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 If you want a comical perspective on what the 10 Commandments might be if they were updated for our present society; are a fan of Sean Hayes
Don't see it if Not a fan of 1 person shows with minimal production value or if you're offended by religious humor
See it if You want to spend a breezy 80 minutes (or less) watching a truly fantastic Sean Hayes shooting comedy through with an arrow of pathos.
Don't see it if You're frustrated by short shows that are more great diversion than great play--it feels it could be both a bit tighter & more fleshed out.
See it if you like sean hayes - he's delightfully entertaining.; you like stories turned upside down (i.e. the bible); you want a lite summer chuckle.
Don't see it if you're very religious or sensitive about the bible; didn't like book of mormon for the same reasons; don't like one man shows;
See it if you are a big Sean Hayes fan or can get a relatively cheap ticket
Don't see it if you are looking for lasting belly laughs or more than a passable event
See it if you're looking for LIGHT entertainment that pokes fun at Christianity.
Don't see it if you're looking for a play with substance. Although amusing and intermittently funny, it lacks belly laughs and heart.
See it if you want a fun (and impressively thought-provoking) night out at the theater
Don't see it if you're easily offended, or one-man shows scare you
See it if You love Sean Hayes. Also worth seeing if you find humor in making light of religion and life in general.
Don't see it if You dislike Sean Hayes. He is front and center for the entirety of the show. Also, avoid if you're sensitive about religion.
See it if You like to have a good laugh and you want to see Sean Hayes doing a marvelous job playing Sean Hayes as God.
Don't see it if You are ULTRA sensitive to jokes with religious nature. There was nothing outwardly offensive, but it definitely pokes fun at some aspects
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 you're a fan of Sean Hayes; David Javerbaum's edgy-political Daily Show-like writing; irreverent & flamboyant humor; not easily offended.
Don't see it if you're offended by irreverent humor that pokes fun at the Bible & depictions of the deity as a sitcom star; not into gay-themed jokes.
See it if you fancy 1.5 hours of laughing hysterically at all the oddities of Judeo-Christian faiths and America's obsession with God.
Don't see it if you can't take jokes at the expense of religion or social norms.
See it if love to laugh and get an interesting prospective on God and the 10 Commandments. Masterfully written and Sean Hayes does a splendid job.
Don't see it if if you are offended by jokes about God and the good book.