In the world premiere of this rollicking comedy, set in a large three-ring circus, God (played by Donald J. Trump reprising familiar roles from "Wrestlemania23" and "The Apprentice") has been temporarily banished from the spotlight but is itching to take to the ring—and huffs and puffs from the sidelines in a series of cameos, drawing focus from the tight-rope walkers, clowns, and freaks. With a nod to the circus-setting, the director gives the audience an immersive experience, selling popcorn and hot dogs in the lobby, rolling out tatty red carpets to cover tent cables, and exhorting theater-goers to cheer and howl for the series of acts. Outside the theater proper, the fully immersive experience spills onto the streets of Cleveland, with an inspired round-the-clock Allan Kaprow-style "happening." Hewing to the circus mise-en-scene, the director creates a sprawling set of alleys and squares outside the gates that summon up the "crazy prophets" scene in "Life of Brian" and deftly evokes a carnival atmosphere. Here, God's supporters argue with God's detractors and, as they wait for God to reveal the meaning of life, perform tricks for the media scribes, including animal acts; this reviewer spotted prophets with rabbits, lizards, boa constrictors, and a sad, little blind dog.