'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
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Broadway sensation "The Book of Mormon" has landed in London, to a warm reception from theatergoers and mixed notices from critics
The seemingly unstoppable hit "The Book of Mormon" has broken another record _ this time on the other side of the Atlantic.
"The Book of Mormon" arrived on Broadway like a bawdy toddler, cursing and making poo jokes, but winning hearts anyway. Now it's ready for a road trip.
The creators of "South Park," the animated show known for its crude language and lampooning hot-button social issues, are about to whack the video game world with "The Stick of Truth."
Jessica Chastain, Nick Jonas, Amanda Seyfried and Jim Parsons are some of the young stars tapped to help host Neil Patrick Harris hand out Tony Awards.
A Muslim convert from Brooklyn pleaded guilty Thursday to using a website he founded to post online threats against the creators of the "South Park" television show and others he deemed enemies of Islam.
Move over Adele, Kanye West and Bon Iver. One of the livelier contests at next year's Grammy Awards will pit Harry Potter, Cole Porter and a pair of Mormon missionaries.
Nine Tony Awards, critical praise and some filthy humor has made "The Book of Mormon" a solid Broadway investment.
Don Draper, the dashing but troubled hero of the cult television drama "Mad Men," will be a withered octogenarian when the series eventually comes to an end, its creator said.
The bad boys of "South Park" will make mischief for years to come.
The Kennedy Center's Mark Twain Prize, the nation's highest honor for humorists, is ostensibly awarded to artists who have impacted American life by using humor as Twain did, to skewer hypocrisy and injustice.
By some accounts, the world was created in six days.
The profane and hysterical "The Book of Mormon" took home nine Tony Awards on Sunday including the prize for best musical, a considerable achievement for a pair of first-time Broadway playwrights known more for their raunchy cartoons featuring potty-mouthed kids.
This year's Tony Awards honored "The Normal Heart" for its passionate look at the AIDS crisis. It also bestowed Tonys on "War Horse," a play that showed the horror of the battlefield. But the night's biggest prize went to a musical that mocked both.
A slew of acclaimed shows were up for Tony Awards in a remarkably competitive year, but a production that wasn't even eligible still managed to cast a shadow _ well, shall we make that a web? _ over the proceedings.
"That would not happen in America," he said. "A politician just wouldn't come to ... they just wouldn't be seen near our (stuff). No way. If you want to get elected, you don't go near Matt and Trey."
"I've seen them both and I thought they were great," he said. "They're two big classics and they did a really good job casting and remounting them."