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VIDEO: Sean Hayes' Livestream Chat With Fans Before First Preview of AN ACT OF GOD


It was a little over a year ago when Jim Parsons opened at Studio 54, playing the title role in An Act of God.

Now, Tony nominee and Emmy winner Sean Hayes returns to Broadway as the new God in town in a return limited 14-week engagement of David Javerbaum's hit comedy at the Booth Theatre.

Modeled after Parsons for its original Broadway run, the play has been revised to fit its new star. Hayes has previously toured An Act of God in San Francisco and Los Angeles, but new material has been added for 2016 New York.

Shortly before his May 28th first Broadway preview, Sean Hayes took to Facebook to livestream a few words from his dressing room.

An Act of God was written by God, transcribed by Emmy Award winner David Javerbaum and directed by two-time Tony Award winner Joe Mantello.

An Act of God is based on the critically acclaimed book written by God and transcribed by David Javerbaum. Javerbaum is a 13-time Emmy Award winner for his work as a head writer and executive producer for "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart."

The play premiered on Broadway on May 7, 2015 and ran in an acclaimed, limited run through August 2, 2015 starring God in the body of Jim Parsons. It was the first Broadway production of the 2015-2016 season to recoup its initial investment.

The King of the Universe is back to tackle His greatest challenge yet: a second summer in New York. God takes the form of Emmy Award winner Sean Hayes in An Act of God, a 90-minute comedy where the Almighty and His devoted Angels answer some of the deepest questions that have plagued mankind since Creation. He's returned to set the record straight to a whole new crop of believers ... and He's not holding back!

An Act of God features scenic design by Tony Award winner Scott Pask (The Book of Mormon), costume design by Tony Award® nominee David Zinn (Fun Home), lighting design by Tony Award winner Hugh Vanstone (Matilda) sound design by Drama Desk Award winner Fitz Patton (It's Only A Play) and projection design by Drama Desk Award winner Peter Nigrini (Here Lies Love).

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