What do Yahweh, Baal, Thor and The Flying Spaghetti Monster all have in common? They (almost certainly) do t exist. Neither do any of the thousands of other gods that humans have invented since the stone age. This three act play is a funny and thought-provoking treatment of our endless obsession with the creation and worship of supernatural deities. An atheist, a believer and the gods themselves all get to talk. It is t possible to deal with all the nuances of atheism and religious belief in such a short space, but the play presents some of the concepts and controversies in a way intended to spark discussion, and have some fun along the way. Those prone to take offense should probably stay away. Recommended auxiliary reading includes The God Delusion and The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins and The Atheist Camel by Dromedary Hump.
The author has over 20 years of experience in community theater, including leading roles in Strange Interlude, The Owl and the Pussycat, Arms and the Man, The Philadelphia Story, and many others.