About The Book of Morman
The Book of Mormon tells the story of two young Mormon missionaries who are sent to a remote village in northern Uganda to try to convert the citizens to the Mormon religion.
Upon arriving to their destination, they quickly learn that a successful mission may not be as easy as they thought.
The Book of Mormon is a religious parody musical with book, verses, and music by Trey Parker, Robert Lopez, and Matt Stone. Known for making the animated comedy South Park, Parker and Stone co-created the music with Lopez, a co-writer/co-lyricist of Avenue Q and Frozen. The Book of Mormon recounts the narrative of two youthful Mormon preachers sent to a remote town in northern Uganda, where a fierce warlord is debilitating the nearby populace.
Development on the musical started in 2003, with the trio meeting sporadically to work on the musical for quite a long while after Parker and Stone saw Avenue Q. Parker and Stone grew up in Colorado, and references to “The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints” had been commonplace in their previous works.
The Book of Mormon was brought about by Trey Parker, Robert Lopez, and Matt Stone. Parker had a broad foundation in music before meeting Stone; in high school, he was in the chorus of a community theater generation of “The Best Little Whorehouse” in Texas and was piano player for the chorus and president of Choir Counsel. The writers got to be friends at the University of Colorado at Boulder. At the college, they teamed up on a musical film, “Cannibal! The Musical” (1993); they have their first experience with movie musicals.
During the mid year of 2003, Parker and Stone traveled to New York City to talk about the script of their new film, Team America: World Police, with friend and producer (Scott Rudin). Rudin prompted the duo to see the musical Avenue Q on Broadway and Jeff Marx. The four started working out details immediately, with the thought to make a present day story planned early on.
In 2006, Parker and Stone traveled to London where they went through three weeks with Lopez, who was working on the West End production of Avenue Q. There, the three composed "four or five songs" came up with the basic idea of the story. After a contradiction between Parker and Marx, who felt he was not getting enough inventive control, Marx was separated from the project. For the following couple of years, the remaining trio met frequently to create what they initially called “The Book of Mormon”.
The Book of Mormon earned overwhelmingly positive basic reaction and set records in ticket deals for the Eugene O'Neill Theater. The show was awarded nine Tony Awards, one of which was for Best Musical, and a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album. The first Broadway cast recording became the most highest-charting Broadway cast album in more than four decades, coming to number three on the Billboard charts. The musical debuted in the West End in 2013, and has gone on two national tours.
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