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God: The Apologies Tour

they played productions · Ages 13+ · world premiere · United States of America

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DAN SUGIMOTO certified reviewer June 14, 2018
The irony and meta-comedy mulling around this experience is astounding and one can’t helped but be intrigued. Whether you enjoy the sheer absurdity of someone claiming to be God and speaking for him, or whether that absurdity lies within the allegory for what religion in a sense ‘is’; other people claiming to know and or be gods/prophets themselves it hits both well. Not sure what Blair truly intended on a spiritual level but that might be what works best, he doesn’t seem to have an opinion. Religious people can’t get offended because at times the show serves as a more practical look into what church might be in the western world twenty years from now and non-religious won’t get offended because Gods in human form answering human questions... full review
PETER MILLER June 04, 2018
tagged as: inspiring · uplifting · hilarious
More inspiring and uplifting than any given church service. In fact if Church services were like this show, I'd be draggin my tired ass outta bed every Sunday without fail.... full review
RUSSELL EATON certified reviewer June 15, 2018
tagged as: religion · improv · comedy · immersive
A chance to hang with The Almighty Himself? Definitely an intriguing premise. Part comedy, part immersive piece, part philosophical discussion, this play slyly charms the audience into pondering philosophical points but never feeling like they are being lectured or preached to - it's a slick achievement. Mildly immersive, audience members can choose a couple of different interactions to have. The show unfolds with a casual ease and the audience I attended with seemed completely on board.... full review
MADDIE PATRICK certified reviewer June 22, 2018
tagged as: God
This show was fantastic in idea and execution! It was a lovely way to discuss religion, spirituality, afterlife, and the Universe. The cast was excellent, especially Erik as God.... full review
BOB LEGGETT certified reviewer June 22, 2018
It was an appealing opportunity to have the chance to have a face-to-face and intimate meeting with the Creator, so we decided to give it a chance. We are so glad we did, as it turned out to be not one but four opportunities to interact with the God we knew best, or explore the ones we didn’t know.... full review
KIRE HORTON certified reviewer June 20, 2018
This show was so fun and interesting. I really enjoyed the self reflection segment. I felt a very real and special energy between not only myself and the "god" but all the people in my room. I also sat with the creator "god" and had allot of fun listing to gods answers to many kinds of questions. This show has a great way of bringing important and interesting thoughts out of the subconscious into the conscious. I very much enjoyed the experience and it stayed with me. I only wish i could have gone again to speak to all the different "gods". So many interesting points of view and philosophical thoughts to ponder! ... full review
ANGELA ACUNA June 19, 2018
An interesting, non judgmental, and humane portrayal of the creator. I especially liked the focus on free will. I was also impressed with the level of research that must have gone into each portrayal. Even when audience members posed "trick" questions, the creators' responses were calm, reasoned, and in character. A show that even an atheist (like myself) could enjoy!... full review
tagged as: immersive · comedy · improv
Recommended. A fun hour of connecting with the Almighty.... full review
ZACH HUDDLESTON certified reviewer June 17, 2018
Great show. Strong performances, unexpectedly moving.... full review
JULIA LISA certified reviewer June 17, 2018
I want to go back! A wonderful surprisingly cool experience! You never know what you are going to get with an immersive show but God: The Apology Tour is worth experiencing! But it's all your choice ;)... full review


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