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The Book of Mormon Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.5 star rating (3.4 Stars)

Number of reviews: 61



1.0 star rating Debby from Cleveland, Ohio


We left an intermission, I am not a prude, but I didn't find any humor in talking about raping an infant and saying "F U" to god. I was amazed at people laughing at this!

1.0 star rating M V from Parrish, Florida


We were gifted tickets to this musical. We went in with an open mind, understanding this was a comedy. Turned out to be a mockery, not a comedy. The story/writing is totally secular, with free use of the F word...toward God, babies and even frogs. How about baptism being portrayed as intercourse? Anyone who believes in God will be offended by the show. Don’t expect to be uplifted as you would with other musicals. Cannot and will not recommend this to anyone. Its popularity unfortunately says a lot about today’s world.

1.0 star rating Stella from Cleveland, Ohio


We were sitting in floor seats towards the back of the theater. We could not hear most of the dialog. Actors speaking with thick fake accents made it difficult to understand when we could hear. Waste of money.

1.0 star rating M. Smythe from Toronto, Ontario


We arranged to go to this production with friends of ours and they said it was entertaining, so I was curious to see how The Book of Mormons would be presented. At first the play seemed interesting and humorous with these newly graduated mormons anxious to go into the world to spread the word of God… then it fell apart. The direction in the play became I feel racist… poking fun at the villagers in Uganda as if they were dumb, sex addicts who rape babies because there were no virgins left! It was HIGHLY offensively. Reference over and over to F God, dancing around with huge black over sized penises, acting out sex acts on stage!! If I wanted to see something of this nature I would go to a shady strip joint in a low end of town… but I don’t think I would find one that sank as low as this show!! In an age right now, that it is watchful of being politically correct at every corner… how did this show ever get produced?! The production writers had there own agenda… to be vulgar & racist!!!!!

1.0 star rating Helena from Boston, Massachusetts


This was the worst musical I’ve ever seen. It’s an irreverent mockery of Africans, Mormons, homosexuals and Christianity, singing “F” God, portraying Jesus as a flamboyant, condescending jerk… I could go on. I was very disappointed and wanted to leave before the intermission. The story is juvenile and offensive and the overall quality of singing and sound quality is very poor. We are better than this as a society!

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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!

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