Meet the Cast of An Act of God!

Michael Iannucci


New York credits include Fiddler On The Roof (Broadway revival); Enter Laughing (York Theatre); Shlemiel The First (Theatre for a New Audience); The Awful Truth (Fringe Festival); Street Scene (Brave New World Rep); Waiting For Lefty (Theatre Row).  National tours: Fiddler On The Roof; Annie.  Regional: A Christmas Carol (White Heron Theatre); The Most Happy Fella (Theatre Under the Stars); Steel Pier (Actor’s Playhouse); Falsettoland (Caldwell Theatre, Carbonell Award Nomination); Brighton Beach Memoirs (Seven Angels); South Pacific (Wick Theatre); Bye Bye Birdie (Westchester Broadway Theatre); Patience (Sorg Opera).  Stock: Treasure Island (Maine State Music Theatre); It Shoulda Been You (Mason Street Warehouse); Six Dance Lessons In Six Weeks (Ivoryton Playhouse); Spamalot (Arrow Rock Lyceum); To Kill A Mockingbird (Forestburgh Playhouse); Plaza Suite (Allenberry Playhouse); Guys & Dolls (New Harmony).  Televison: Elementary.  Recent appearances at the Fulton Theatre: Treasure Island; Veronica’s Room; Little Shop Of Horrors.

Erin Maguire


Erin is thrilled to be playing God. Finally. When she’s not a deity, she can be seen doing standup at clubs in NYC and recently headlined Caroline’s on Broadway. Erin has written for Comedy Central’s Roast of Alec Baldwin, Norwegian Cruise Lines, and Goldman Sachs. She was the winner of the Woodstock Comedy Festival and Mohegan Sun’s Last Comix Standing and she was featured at Women in Comedy Festival, Laugh Your Asheville Off, and the prestigious Lucille Ball Comedy Festival. Her comedy advice podcast, Dear Pod, reached iTunes top 100 comedy pods in its first month. She looks forward to forcing her podcast on all of you. It’s best to listen. She is God, after all. You can follow her on Instagram @erinmaguireofficial and Twitter @erinmofficial for upcoming dates, pics of her dogs, and obligatory thoughts and prayers. Enjoy the show. Amen.

Anson Woodin


Anson is very excited to be back at the Fulton for An Act of God! He is originally from Ames, Iowa and a proud graduate of Iowa State University and The University of Illinois. Recent credits at the Fulton Theatre include, Wait Until Dark, Mamma Mia!, Treasure Island, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and It Happened In Key West. Other recent credits in NYC include Freddy in My Fair Lady, Cinderella’s Prince/Wolf in Into The Woods. He is very grateful for the wonderful staff and the people of Lancaster who have always made working at the Fulton an absolute pleasure!