The hit Broadway musical “The Book of Mormon” has at last come home, and Salt Lake City theatre-goers are loving every minute of it. Welcome home @BookofMormon, welcome home pic.twitter.com/OJmugw6fGX — Alanzo Rizzo (@cheesus_crust) July 29, 2015 “The Book of Mormon”, created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone of “South Park” fame, is a rollicking […]
What kind of crazy fucked-up world do we live in where a Broadway musical exudes more creativity, honesty, intrigue and interest than any record on the chart? One in which “The Book Of Mormon” takes chances and your only artistic hope is to pursue your dreams and cast money worries aside. Nothing will prepare you […] The post Hamilton appeared first on Lefsetz Letter.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The biting satirical musical that mocks Mormons received a rousing reception Tuesday in its first-ever showing in the heart of Mormonlandia, kicking off a sold-out, two-week run at a Salt Lake City theater. TheShow More Summary
The biting satirical musical that mocks Mormons has finally come to the heart of Mormonlandia, starting a sold-out, two-week run Tuesday at a Salt Lake City theater two blocks from the church's flagship temple and headquarters.
A big-screen adaptation of Matt Stone and Trey Parker's riotous Broadway hit ?"The Book of Mormon" has been rumored for several years, and while there's nothing new to report on whether it'll actually happen, Josh Gad would be totally down to take part. Show More Summary
A big-screen adaptation of Matt Stone and Trey Parker's riotous Broadway hit ?"The Book of Mormon" has been rumored for several years, and while there's nothing new to report on whether it'll actually happen, Josh Gad would be totally...Show More Summary
Slowly but surely, Hollywood seems to be dead set on reviving the musical. One would think that it'd be easy to adapt a popular show into a popular film, but the team behind last year's silver screen adaptation of Jersey Boys could tell you that the formula doesn't work that easily. Show More Summary
Imagine coming to New York with your family. You want to see a show, but don’t really care which. Tony winners are the toughest and most expensive tickets in town, Book of Mormon isn’t quite family friendly enough, Phantom feels tooShow More Summary
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“Top price seats for The Book of Mormon have reached a record-high of £202.25. This is an increase of a third on last year’s most expensive seat in the survey, which came in at £152.25 and was also The Book of Mormon.”
Science fiction writer William Shunn is at long last releasing his memoir, The Accidental Terrorist, in book form. Revised and expanded from his popular podcast, it tells the story of how he was expelled from Canada for terrorism as a young Mormon missionary. Read the rest
In this exclusive video, Andrew Rannells (“Girls,” “The Book of Mormon”) counts down his seven favorite TV episodes, films, and documentaries streaming on HBO’s new Internet service, HBO Now, which allows users access to tons of content...Show More Summary
Las Vegas just can’t get enough of “Book of Mormon.” The comedy musical returns to Las Vegas for a limited engagement Sept. 22 through Oct. 18 at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts.
"It was either that or the Book of Mormon," the contestant later said
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints has a dodgy past when it comes to race. According to the Book of Mormon, people with dark skin are the descendants of the Lamanites, a lost tribe of Israel cursed by God after they sinned against him (2 Nephi 5:21). God would later lift the curse as […]
Ben Shapiro doesn't get people are offended by Muhammad drawings since we liked the Book of Mormon
Whatever their nominal subjects, musical comedies today are usually about musical comedies. Consider three of the funniest of the last ten years: Spamalot, The Drowsy Chaperone, and The Book of Mormon. In The Drowsy Chaperone, an old Broadway tuner comes to life in the apartment of an obsessive fan; the... More »
Hand to God is the creepily enjoyable non-musical offspring of Avenue Q and Book of Mormon
There was some theatrical star power at Wrigley Field Monday night when "The Book of Mormon" stars David Larsen (who plays Elder Price) and Cody Jamison Strand (Elder Cunningham) showed up at the Friendly Confines. The post Star sightings: ‘Book of Mormon’ at Wrigley; Arianna Huffington appeared first on Chicago Entertainment - Chicago Sun-Times.
Briefly: Even though Andrew Rannells has broken out due to his recurring role in the HBO series "Girls," the actor had plenty of success as part of the original cast of the Broadway musical The Book of Mormon, for which he wont a Grammy and a Tony. Show More Summary