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Book of Mormon Belk Theatre Review – Energetic, Irreverent Book of Mormon

The hit Broadway musical Book of Mormon is playing at the Belk Theatre (130 North Tryon St., Charlotte, NC 28202) through January 05, 2014.

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Energetic, Irreverent Book of Mormon – Reviewed By Lawrence Toppman, CharlotteObserver.com.

The unique thing about “The Book of Mormon” is that the same adjectives can be used to praise or pan it.

It’s crass and juvenile, but crassly funny and joyously juvenile in a way that gets the middle-schooler inside many of us sniggering through it.

It’s shocking, if naughty language and gross concepts shock you. But what’s really shocking is the way this musical hews to the time-tested formula of an innocent hero – in this case, two innocent heroes – overcoming adversity, finding love and leaving us feeling better about the world.

what has made “Mormon” the hottest ticket on Broadway is its blend of emotion, snarkiness and pants-dropping boorishness, and the creators have calibrated that combination unusually well.

Elder Price (Mark Evans) and Elder Cunningham (Christopher John O’Neill) head to Uganda for their two-year mission to introduce Africans to the church. The inhabitants of their district worry too much about famine, genital mutilation of their daughters and a warlord who shoots people point-blank to care much about promises of salvation.

Then Cunningham, a chronic slacker with a bizarre imagination, woos them with a theology that incorporates AIDS cures, Hobbits, “Star Trek” and “Star Wars” myths. They start to come around, asking for baptism, until the warlord (whose name can never appear in this paper) gets annoyed.

Read the complete review {Via CharlotteObserver.com}

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The Book of Mormon Breaks San Francisco House Record

The Book of Mormon, winner of nine Tony Awards including Best Musical, has broken the house record in San Francisco, CA for the week ending December 1 at the Orpheum Theatre with the grossing $2,103,519.

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The national tours of The Book of Mormon have broken 49 house records in 23 venues across the country. At Broadway’s Eugene O’Neill Theatre, The Book of Mormon has broken the house record 46 times.

Book Of Mormon musical won nine Tony Awards, including musical, score and book. It was penned by hometown heroes (and “South Park” creators) Trey Parker and Matt Stone — with Robert Lopez, of “Avenue Q” fame.

The Book of Mormon touring production is currently playing at the Orpheum Theatre – San Francisco through Saturday January 19, 2014.

Book of Mormon Orpheum Theatre San Francisco Review – The Book of Mormon is a must-see show

Book of Mormon north american national tour is in San Francisco, performing at Orpheum Theatre (1192 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94102) through January 19, 2014.

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‘Outstanding – Starkie!’, The Book of Mormon is a must-see show – Reviewed By Eugene Lee, StarkInsider.com.

If you are humor-impaired, a die-hard theologically devout Mormon (or, frankly any other religion), bringing young (16 or younger) children, are easily offended by explicit language, or are a plain old stick-in-the-mud, then I highly recommend you do NOT see The Book of Mormon. For all the rest of you – this is a must-see show.

I was curious and eager to see this show at the Orpheum Theatre in San Francisco the night before Thanksgiving, having had the good fortune to have seen the original production in New York City. From the opening curtain I knew we were in for a good night – the stage and space are noticeably larger than the smallish Eugene O’Neill theatre on Broadway – and the audience was vibrant, appreciative, and responsive.

For those of you not familiar with the show, the story centers on a pair of newly minted Mormon missionaries (Elder Price and Elder Cunningham) who, instead of being sent to Orlando (Elder Price’s lifelong dream) are sent to a remote village in Uganda. The entire show is dripping in sarcasm, poignantly clever lyrics, musical themes that pay homage (put not necessarily respect) to the traditions of Disney (Lion King is lampooned more than once), heavy metal (“Man Up”), and good old fashioned Broadway (“Turn It Off” is a classic tap routine,and “Orlando” is a loose musical parody of West Side Story’s “Maria”). The show is written by Trey Parker and Matt Stone of “South Park” fame and Robert Lopez (“Avenue Q” plus several Disney credits). The Wikipedia entry for the show has some great background information if you want more.

The Book of Mormon is a must-see show.

From the very opening number (“Hello”) to the big closing Finale, we are taken on a journey that is at times intricate and clever (“Hello”), bawdy and shocking (“Hasa Diga Eebowai” and “Spooky Mormon Hell Dream”), silly and sarcastic (“Orlando”), beautiful and ironic (“I Am Here for You”, “I Believe”), or just plain entertaining (“Turn it Off”).

Read the complete review {Via StarkInsider.com}

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The Book of Mormon Tampa Review – Book of Mormon Creates Some Musical Magic

The Book of Mormon national tour is in Tampa, FL through November 24, 2013 and currently performing at Carol Morsani Hall – The Straz Center (1010 North W.C. MacInnes Place, Tampa, Florida 33602).

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Book of Mormon creates some musical magic – Reviewed by Jay Handelman via arts.heraldtribune.com.

All it takes is a door chime and a brightly sung “Hello,” to win over the audience in the national tour of “The Book of Mormon.”

That’s the opening number performed by a group of young and overeager Mormon missionaries at work in this charming and slightly subversive musical at the Straz Center.

Considering it comes from “South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and “Avenue Q” co-creator Robert Lopez, you might expect it to be more offensive than it is. Some of the jokes are more shocking than funny in the “I can’t believe they said that” mode.

That’s true during the ebullient “Hasa Diga Eebowai,” sung by some Ugandan villagers to the two newest missionaries, Elders Price and Cunningham, who have come to convert them. Most of the villagers are dealing with AIDS and poverty and are controlled by a wicked warlord who wants to circumcise all the women (see, it’s not your typical musical comedy fare).

The song, performed with the spirit of “Hakuna Matata,” is the villagers’ way of trying to wipe away the tragedy in their lives. It sounds fun, though the actual translation is far darker and can’t be published here.

The cast is strong throughout, from Samantha Marie Ware as the young and innocent Nabulungi and Stanley Wayne Mathis as her concerned father, Mafala, to Grey Henson as the leader of the Ugandan missionaries.

The show is staged on a fun, funny and colorful set by Scott Pask that offers a dark yet Disney-fied version of the world, nicely fitted with Ann Roth’s costumes and Brian MacDevitt’s lighting.

But there’s so much joy that you can’t help but feeling uplifted by the final bows.

Read the complete review {Via Herald Tribune}

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Book of Mormon Houston TX Engagement – Review

Book of Mormon musical on national tour is currently performing at Sarofim Hall – Hobby Center through Sunday September 15, 2013.

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The Book of Mormon is Joyfully Irreverent and Surprisingly Upliffting, definitely worth the wait – Reviewed via broadwayworld.com by David Clarke.

The musical quickly developed a ravenous parish of fans that simply couldn’t get enough of the bawdy spectacle, and left many around the nation counting the days until the First National Tour kicked off. After a short two-and-a-half year wait, Houston audiences are getting their chance to experience the production, and judging by last night’s reaction, we couldn’t be more enthusiastic or pleased. Now holding a coveted spot as one of the best musicals I have ever seen, this show was definitely worth the wait!

Taking on the role of the socially awkward and nerdy Elder Arnold Cunningham is Christopher John O’Neill, who is making his professional debut. He enthusiastically embraces every wacky element of his character, and with the aid of a strong book creates the most likeable character in the history of Musical Theatre. Christopher John O’Neill plays every element of Elder Cunningham to perfection, actually making my eyes mist up during the musical’s sweet resolution. Likewise, he often lets his golden pipes be manipulated by his throat and mouth to create humorous effects, especially during the Act I rockshow finale “Man Up,” which takes skilled vocal prowess. He fantastically steals the show with performances like “I Am Here for You,” “Man Up,” “Making Things Up Again,” and “Baptize Me.”

Read the complete review {Via BroadWayWorld.com}

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