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Studio 54

The King of the Universe makes His debut in "Broadway's Newest Hit!" (NBC-TV) An Act of God is a 90-minute comedy where God, in the form of Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner Jim Parsons (star of The Big Bang Theory), reveals the mysteries of the Bible and answers some of the deepest questions that have plagued mankind since Creation. 

An Act of God is 90 minutes, with no intermission. Please note: Performances begin promptly. Late seating is at the discretion of management.

This show is closed.

Performances ended on Aug. 2, 2015.

Studio 54

254 West 54th Street
New York, NY 10019

Previews May 7, 2015
Opening May 28, 2015
Closing Aug 2, 2015

Story

The new comedy An Act of God reveals the mysteries of the Bible while answering the existential questions that have plagued mankind since Creation — in just 90 minutes. The One with the first and last word on everything is on Broadway to set the record straight… and He's not holding back!

Critics' Reviews

"GOD BLESS JIM PARSONS! The sheer absurdity of the situation makes the offbeat humor tailor-made for Parsons, a master of the deadpan stare and droll comic delivery. “You’re just lucky I’m the Lord God,” he admonishes latecomers, “and not Patti LuPone.” Parsons is such a personable performer that he can hold the floor pretty much on his own, dazzling us with his chatty charm. But for the sake of drama, it’s a relief from pure monologue when the Archangel Michael (Christopher Fitzgerald) challenges the Lord God with tough questions, supposedly suggested by audience members."

Review by Marilyn Stasio from Variety

"There aren’t many lies you can tell about God that organized religion hasn’t told already: He is loving; He rewards the faithful; He is a He; and the biggest crock of all—that He exists. And yet comedy writer David Javerbaum (formerly of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart) finds new ways to make the Supreme Being his sock puppet in AN ACT OF GOD, this summer’s blithely blasphemous occupant at Studio 54. In this divine visitation from the Unmoved Mover, the always charming Jim Parsons will make a disbeliever out of you."

Review by David Cote from Time Out New York

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