Jim Parsons Celebrates An Act of God's Opening With Archangels Christopher Fitzgerald and Tim Kazurinsky

God's scribe, David Javerbaum, was also on hand to talk about his relationship with the Almighty.

With the title role in the newly opened Broadway play An Act of God and two "adorable" archangels at his side, it's no surprise that Jim Parsons in floating on air. Following their opening-night curtain call, Parsons and the rest of the cast joked with TheaterMania about the excitement of bringing God to Broadway — and playwright David Javerbaum disclosed some personal info about what the Creator is like as a boss.

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