In New York City, at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre on West 49th Street, Broadway audiences are spending $1.6 million per week to attend The Book of Mormon, a no-star extravaganza advertised solely by the words “the new musical from the creators of South Park.” It is the most ecstatically praised and blissfully attended production since Mel Brooks’s The Producers. It won nine Tony Awards. It did not receive a single negative review.
In light of the world-shaking controversy surrounding The Innocence of Muslims, the 14-minute YouTube movie/video/trailer, and the undeniable insult it delivers to the Prophet of Islam, I thought it might be worth summarizing the plot of The Book of Mormon in detail for those who haven’t seen it, because there are some similarities between the two…
…Trey Parker and Matt Stone (working with Robert Lopez), have said that they were moved to write the show because they were amused by the discrepancy between how nice Mormons are…
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