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I am not a big South Park fan but I loved this none-the-less - definitely nothing is sacred. My 15 year-old could not stop laughing. I told him I did not want any calls from the school on Monday! I saw all the posts from...More
This show got rave reviews but it was not my cup of tea. The first act was very slow. It picked up a bit in the second act. Most of it I did not find entertaining. Lots of foul language and inappropriateness. And it was...More
I wasn't sure what to expect from this play, it was both educational and quite funny.
I sat close enough to the stage to notice the main actor constantly sweating during the play. This was a very comical play with a consistent message, I never...More
There are lots of negative reviews of this musical, and I can see that lots of people wouldn't enjoy it, some being my family members. For me it was hilarious, and poked fun at everyone equally, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. If you're easily offended...More
It’s the funny side of being religious but not sacrilegious.
I thought it would be unkind. But I did not think it that way. It was humorous from the start.
I t does not matter where you sit, the place will be good.
Try TKTS Office (TimeSquare, Lincoln Center and South Street) you might have up to 50% Off.
The best one for me is the Lincoln Center (less crowded than TimeSquare and close from Broadway shows and Central Park)
In fact, I'm a Thelemite with an affinity for both Guy Debord's Situationist International and the tenets of the Satanic Temple in Salem. I found The Book of Mormon to be tame and mildly vacuous. Thanks for the... More
In fact, I'm a Thelemite with an affinity for both Guy Debord's Situationist International and the tenets of the Satanic Temple in Salem. I found The Book of Mormon to be tame and mildly vacuous. Thanks for the concern...that's sarcasm by the way.