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God On God

 

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Grab a beer, sit back and laugh at the absurdity of our creation myths. Through select retellings of Bible stories, God on God comically deconstructs how Christians tell themselves they came to be by going right to the source and letting God try to explain himself. Dan Moser plays God with great sarcastic wit revealing a fickle and playful attitude in the Lord on high and Jordan Ward’s Noah is a goofily well-played highlight. Through Kay Schultz interpretations of the women of Bible tales we get the distinct impression they were the ones able to call “Shenanigans” on God far better than the men who ate up His every command. The well-paced 50-minute play is backed by sometimes silly, but always well placed sound and light effects. —Samantha Power
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Posted 2013/08/18 by


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2 Reviews


  1.  
    R. Schneider

    I thought this play was absolutely fantastic and hilarious!!! 5 stars




  2.  
    Crystal
     
     
     
     
     

    Although the acting was great, the script was really lacking. I felt there was so much more they could’ve done with the subject matter, and didn’t really take advantage of it. It felt like every joke had the same punch line. Could’ve been way funnier than it was.





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