The out Big Bang Theory star will headline the comedy ?An Act of God, a new stage adaptation of the satirical book The Last Testament: A Memoir By God. read more
Jim Parsons just signed on to play the role of God in the upcoming Broadway comedy An Act of God, Variety reports! The 41-year-old The Big Bang Theory star has been on Broadway in the past – his last bow was in the 2012 revival of Harvey. Sadly, Jim won’t be in Tony award contention [...]
Jim Parsons, known for his role as Sheldon Cooper on "The Big Bang Theory," has been tapped to star in "An Act of God" on Broadway.
'The Big Bang Theory' Emmy winner Jim Parsons will star as God in the irreverent Broadway comedy 'An Act of God'
Studio 54 won’t be in between-show Purgatory for long. CBS’ The Big Bang Theory‘s Jim Parsons will channel the Deity in the Disco Era Devil’s lair when David Javerbaum‘s An Act Of God begins performances on May 5. Even God will have to face the critics, when the limited run…
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