Why is it “Must Watch” for Each Non-Religious American?
The title of the play is a bit puzzling. It sort of hints at the religious context of the plot and might discourage those who are sceptical about the church and related movements. However, it is actually the other way around: The “Mormon” represents a tough parody on a religion and demonstrates a pure satire without taboos. Here many topical issues such as AIDS, poverty and the life in third-world countries turn into jokes, so the show is not recommended for the easily-offended. Otherwise, if you are a fan of black comedies, hurry up and buy tickets to Book of Mormon Musical.
The story tells about two Mormon Missionaries named Elder Price and Elder Cunningham initially performed by Andrew Rannells and Josh Gad. Two young men try to spread the Lord’s word throughout Uganda and stumble upon many obstacles in a pursuit of good purpose. Their mission did not lead to the conversion of any African into Mormon faith. Instead of this, they got into various awkward situations caused by misunderstandings between American and the locals. The characters’ behavior sometimes makes you cry with laughter, and that is the reason why Book of Mormon tickets selling really well.
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The dates of the upcoming events have been already announced on the official musical’s site. “The Book of Mormon’s” cast will visit many cities around the country (Salt Lake City, Cleveland, Washington, Miami, San Fransisco etc.) and some places abroad (Birmingham, Norfolk and even Naples in Italy).
Make your bookings of the tickets for the Book of Mormon in advance, because plenty of visitors are already taking places. The tour will last until the show in Fresno, California in October 2018, so don’t miss your chance to fill your eyes with this Tony Awarded Musical which never ceases to win a place in people’s hearts.