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Only the creators of South Park could come up with a play as hilarious and religiously incorrect as The Book of Mormon.
With seven years in the making, Trey Parker, Matt Stone and Robert Lopez combined their fascination with Mormonism and musicals to create the Broadway sensation featuring songs like "Making Things Up Again" and "Spooky Mormon Hell Dream."
In 2011 alone, The Book of Mormon play racked in five Drama Desk Awards; one Drama League Award; one New York Drama Critics Circle Award; four Outer Critics Circle Awards; and nine Tony Awards, including Best Musical.
The musical focuses around two young Mormon missionaries who are sent to a remote village in Uganda where the local population is being threatened by a cruel leader. Though the two naive and optimistic missionaries try to share their beliefs, they find it difficult to connect with the local population who constantly worry about famine and AIDS.
The missionaries couldn't be any more different. Elder Price is devout, handsome, enthusiastic and pompous, while Elder Cunningham is overweight, insecure and clueless. Upon arrival to Uganda, the two are robbed at gunpoint by soldiers of General Butt-Fu**ing Naked, which is supposed to mean "bringer of doom" in Ugandan, and taken to their village.
Once there, they meet other missionaries including the closet homosexual leader Elder McKinley who have tried and failed to convert the local people to their religion. Price decides that the mission in Uganda is too difficult, leaving Cunningham who remains to teach the people what little bits and pieces of the religion that he actually knows. Unfortunately, most of his information is made up and mixed together with other beliefs, though he's able to get the natives attention with things that actually concern them.
When the natives request to be baptized, Price is astonished to learn of all the falsities that Cunningham has told them. However, the natives band together to teach Price that the importance of religion is not necessarily the truth, but whether or not it helps people.