Book of Mormon Reviews
Scott Watson from NYC
This performance was completely irreverent, only to be outdone by the atypical and no holes barred humor of Trey Parker and Matt Stone. This is most definitely a performance that I will be attending again, and soon! I generally avoid Broadway shows, but I would have regretted missing this one!
Anonymous from New York
As good as it gets! Laugh-out-loud hilarious.
Sandra from Miami
BIG IMPACT SHOW
Saw Book of Mormon last Friday and loved it - the theatre was packed and the audience were in hysterics from the opening doorbell number. In true south park style the show gets pretty close to the knuckle on some of the gags, you have to be open minded to enjoy the show, but the comic timing of the lead actors was just brillant. Excellent show!
Richard from New York, New York
I LOVE THIS SHOW!
Best new musical I've seen since Wicked
Chip Tamplin from Cambridge, Maryland
Saw Book of Mormon during its previews in February and it was incredible. Coming to NY to see it again this weekend and I can't wait. One of the funniest shows I've ever seen. The theatre was also very nice.
Michael from New Jersey
Saw Book of Mormon last saturday night and loved it. A refeshing change on Broadway - a musical that really is new and has something to say. Worth seeing for sure.
Elder Price from New York, New York
DON'T UNDERESTIMATE YOUR KIDS
I'm 13 years old. And honestly, this show isn't anything your middle schooler hasn't encountered by now. Yes, it's raunchy, and rude, but to a kid, it's hilarious. For many kids, we understand that this is satire. We get that this show isn't literal. Yes, there are a boatload of sexual references and f bombs. But honestly, the kids at school are just as bad. If I were to worry about anything with kids and this show is that some kids will get the music stuck in their head. But we all have the sense not to sing Hasa Diga Eebowai in church. There is violence, but not major. If your kid watches PG13 movies, the violence isn't too much to handle. If anything, this show will open up discussion on many issues, such as AIDS, religion, warfare, and homophobia. Also, this is an amazing show. It's hilarious, and if doesn't take itself seriously in any way. (I've never seen the show live but I listen to the music and have watched the show online.) Just make sure your kids don't take to banging on doors and starting a chorus of Hello. Trust me. This is a not to miss show for MATURE kids 11 and older that know about sex and can take rude and offensive humor. But your kids may feel uncomfortable seeing this with their parents, so let them know that you think they are mature enough to see it, and DO NOT make your kids leave. It will only make them feel like little kids. Letting a kid watch this kind of show will tell them you know they are growing up and you are ready for them to grow.
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hilarious INGENIUS Unmissable
One of the best musicals I have EVER seen!
If heaven promises to "have it all", then The Book of Mormon is paradise on Broadway - populated with the naughty and nice. After all, this provocative production has been running since 2011 - making it one of New York's top attractions!Read full review
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