This is such an opportunity and such an important play to me because I’ve been fascinated with religion my whole life.I love the message in the play, and I love that it’s delivered in such a smart, witty, clever, funny way."It may have been slightly ahead of its time." Meanwhile, the series has no plans to meet the mother of Hayes' onscreen daughter anytime soon.
After his first Broadway run with Jim Parsons, God is coming back to the Great White Way in “An Act of God”—this time in the body of Emmy winner Sean Hayes (“Will & Grace”)—to communicate his updated Ten Commandments.And that's what to respect." In some ways, Hayes says, his work on "Will & Grace" was more vital to the gay community than anything he could have said in the papers. "I spend time with a special someone in my life," he says. "I feel like I've contributed monumentally to the success of the gay movement in America, and if anyone wants to argue that, I'm open to it," he says. Here, Hayes discusses bringing the show from the West Coast to NYC and what he’d be doing if he hadn’t become an actor.Tell us about bringing “An Act of God” to Broadway.