God Shows Up to End Off-Broadway Run

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The open-ended engagement opened in May.
Christopher Sutton in God Shows Up
Christopher Sutton in God Shows Up Andy Evan Cohen

God Shows Up, which began an open-ended engagement at Off-Broadway’s The Actor's Temple Theatre April 6, has set a closing date. The play will conclude its run July 21.

The play by Peter Filichia sees God decide to drop in on Earth after a couple of thousand years (and choosing to do so in the broadcast studio of a well-known televangelist). Directed by Christopher Scott (A Class Act), the production stars Lou Liberatore (Daniel’s Husband), Maggie Bofill (LABryrinth Company Member) and Neal Mayer (Mark Felt, Superstar)

The comedy officially opened at its new home May 13 following a run at the Playroom Theater.

The creative team is rounded out by Josh Lacovelli (set design), Michael Piatkowski (costume design), Joan Racho-Jansen (lighting design), and Andy Evan Cohen (projection and sound design). Christine Viega is production stage manager.

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