I was going to write a story highlighting some of the most shocking things you'll hear at "Book of Mormon" now on stage at the Schuster Center, but you know what, I'd rather keep my job than not.
The show is hilarious, sentimental and thoughtful, but it ain't exactly PC.
In fact, it is as far away from PC as Uganda is from Salt Lake City.
The musical is about the hilarity that breaks loose when two missionaries from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are assigned to a village in Uganda.
Female circumcision and pushing down those homosexual feelings are among the themes that get big laughs — you have to be there or not.
I'd have to warn you against clicking the link to that particular song.
The Tony Award-winning musical comedy from “South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Robert Lopez, the co-composer/co-lyricist of the play “Avenue Q” and Walt Disney animated film “Frozen,” is being staged at the Schuster Center through Aug. 23.
I can't talk directly about what happens in the profane, but fun show, so I will talk about vaguely.
Note: the clips may offend you.
Donuts can lead you to hell where Jesus hates you.
Sal Tlay Ka Siti is the promise land with friendly warlords and vitamin ejections.
Baptism is kind of hot.