“Book of Mormon” promises laughs of the crass variety
If you’re at all familiar with the popular Comedy Central television series “South Park,” it comes as no surprise that the Broadway musical penned by its creators garners its humor from satire, primarily that of the Church of Latter Day Saints.
Since its Broadway debut in 2011, “The Book of Mormon” has reeled in nine Tony Awards – including Best Musical and Best Original Score – and a Grammy Award for South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone along with composer Robert Lopez of “Avenue Q” fame.
The show opens as a handful of young Mormons prepare to accept their missions from the Church of Latter Day Saints, as is tradition within the Mormon faith.
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