Sean Hayes on An Act of God, One of the "Funniest Things" He's Ever Read

Find out why this Broadway comedy may be the best project he's ever been a part of.

When you've played God in Los Angeles, the next logical step is to take it to New York. Sean Hayes, who made his divine debut as the Lord himself earlier this year in David Javerbaum's 2015 comedy An Act of God, will lead the show back to Broadway for a limited summer engagement at the Booth Theatre. If he was ever conflicted about playing such an intimidating part, he's not showing it. Hayes is firm in his belief that the work is one of the "funniest things" he's ever read — and it might just be the pinnacle of his career, too.

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