The Friday night drama, produced by Sean Hayes, will be back for another round.
Andrew Rannells, Christian Borle, and Stephanie J. Block will lead the cast of the Broadway revival of Falsettos, Lincoln Center Theatre announced last week. The musical from William Finn and James Lapine follows a gay man (Borle) who...Show More Summary
The play is written by 11-time Emmy winner David Javerbaum, formerly a writer on The Daily Show, and made its Broadway premiere last summer starring The Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons in the role of God. [ more › ]
In a montage of clips from An Act of God -- soon coming to California and starring actor Sean Hayes -- God talks about celebrities, sports, and politics:
The big man Himself is coming back to the Great White Way. That’s right! “An Act of God” is returning to Broadway! Instead of Jim Parsons, however, the Lord Almighty will be personified by another Emmy winner: “Will and Grace” star Sean Hayes. Hayes previously played God in the (largely) one-man show through its runs in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Show More Summary
And then there were gays.
Mr. Hayes will play the title role in this show that imagines God offering a new version of the Ten Commandments for today's world.
Sean Hayes doesn't need to spend the big bucks to deliver Facebook thrills! The Will & Grace alum and his husband Scott Icenogle have been making AH-Mazing lip-sync music videos over the last year, and this might be their best creation yet! On Monday, the duo unexpectedly dropped a bonus video (as a present from the Easter [...]
Richard Kind, Paul F. Tompkins, Jeff Ross, Sean Hayes and more also land voice roles in the show, based on the 2010 hit movie. read more
We missed An Act Of God when it played on Broadway last year with Jim Parsons, but we're extra thankful we were just able to watch the show with Sean Hayes at the Ahmanson Theater in Los Angeles. The comedy is everything we were expecting - and more! The set is big for a mostly one man [...]
'The whitest ass I've ever seen.'
Eric McCormack, Megan Mullally, and Sean Hayes reunited to honor director James Burrows.
NBC honored one of television's greatest last night with "Must See TV: An All-Star Tribute to James Burrows."
Sean Hayes is on a mission to get Hollywood to come out for NBC’s All Star Tribute to James Burrows special in this hilarious opening sketch! He was tasked by Jim Parsons to call up everyone the director has ever worked with over the years. We see funny cameos from Charlie Sheen, Ted Danson, Rhea [...]
Lent is underway and it has brought no less than God Almighty to the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles for an understandably limited engagement. To be more precise, God has adopted the body of Will & Grace star Sean Hayes temporarily to present ten new commandments via humorist David Javerbaum's An Act of God. Show More Summary
God is headlining at the Ahmanson Theatre in the Broadway comedy "An Act of God," but please don't think of this as the Second Coming. This appearance is really more of a tease, an occasion for sketch comedy rather than prophetic drama. The Rapture can wait as jokes are delivered rat-a-tat by Sean...
Jack and Karen, together again! Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally were on hand to celebrate legendary Will & Grace director James Burrows and E! News has your first look at this reunion. Nostalgia...
Glen Ellyn native Sean Hayes plays God in the West Coast production of "An Act of God" and now he's showing off his heavenly home. Hayes, who starred in "Will and Grace," opened the Tudor-style Los Angeles home he shares with husband Scott Icenogle to Traditional Home magazine for its February/March...
Sean Hayes' newly updated home is as cheery as his beloved "Will & Grace" character Jack McFarland. Light, inviting and oh-so-chic, the actor-producer's pad is the ultimate California dream. (Karen would be so proud.) Hayes home is located in the historic Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. Show More Summary
In the Book of Genesis, God proclaimed, "Let there be light," and there was light. In the theater, there are stage hands to do that job, and on a recent morning, a crew had lighted the Ahmanson to a warm glow for the newest deity in residence. Standing on the mostly bare stage, actor Sean Hayes...