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The profane and hysterical "The Book of Mormon" pulled ahead of the pack at the Tony Awards on Sunday, snagging honors for best book, best direction of a musical, best score, best featured actress and four technical awards.
The profane show "The Book of Mormon" snagged five Drama Desk Awards on Monday night, adding to its pre-Tony Award critical haul and making it the musical to beat when the biggest prizes in theater are handed out next month.
Nikki M. James isn't about to let the fact that she grew up idolizing Patti LuPone stop her from trying to beat the Broadway icon at the Tony Awards.
Who says Broadway won't take a risk? "The Book of Mormon" and "The Scottsboro Boys" _ two very different musicals with very different fates _ have emerged with the most Tony Award nominations this season.
When the Broadway season began last year, a big brash musical about Spider-Man was supposed to muscle its way to multiple Tony Award nominations. Instead, a pair of goofy Mormons may be the ones to beat.
The profane musical "The Book of Mormon" and the zany revival of "Anything Goes" received the most nominations Friday from the Drama Desk, which honors both Broadway and off-Broadway productions.