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Gina Walker as Ella and Rabbi Marc Soloway as God in the divine comedy OH MY GOD! by Anat Gov.

“OH MY GOD” Returning for 2 More Performances

Theatre Or and Denver’s Hebrew Educational Alliance announced two additional performances of Anat Gov’s play, “OH MY GOD!,” starring Boulder’s Rabbi Marc Soloway as God.  The play was presented in Denver and Boulder last fall to great acclaim, and due to popular demand, Theatre Or has arranged these January performances.

The performances will be on Saturday, January 19, at 8:00 pm and on Sunday, January 20, at 3:00 pm at the Hebrew Educational Alliance, 3600 South Ivanhoe Street in Denver.  Both shows feature post-show talkback with artists and clergy.

Limited time only, early bird pricing is available through January 14th. Now through January 14, all tickets to OH MY GOD! are priced at just $22.00. After the 14th, tickets are $27, seniors $25.  Click here to purchase tickets or call the HEA box office at 720-390-4433.

OH MY GOD!
A divine comedy by Anat Gov
Directed by Richard H. Pegg
When God seeks out an earthly therapist to aid him with his wrenching doubt, it is not always clear who is the therapist to whom. Wrestling with doubts of her own, Ella has but one therapy session to convince God not to destroy his creation.
“Anat Gov’s Oh [My] God! is a treasure. It’s a funny, witty, poignant, often brilliant text that asks some intriguing questions about the nature of the Deity and our relationship to Him, all in a delightful 80 minutes that whisk by like five” — The Jerusalem Post

Featuring Rabbi Marc Soloway in the title role, Gina Walker as Ella, and Ryan Stack as her teenage son.

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