I did see the musical The Book of Mormon and I have spent time in Salt Lake City.
The musical was upbeat, bouncy and filled with childish humor. Plenty of South Park scatological and 10-year-old language. One of the characters was Gen. Funk'in Buck Naked.
Salt Lake City is where one of my children's family live and thrive.
The musical is only interesting because a similar musical about Mohammed or the Koran would be banned on every college campus in America and made illegal in every city with a Democratic Party government. The PC Left can only laugh at limited childish subjects and thinks the First Amendment is open to sandbox interpretation.
Salt Lake City on the other hand is fascinating because half the population are Mormons and I encounter them constantly in retail business and on the streets. I can say unequivocally that the people I meet from the LDS church are publicly nicer, gentler and more hospitable in every way than Americans I meet under any other circumstances.
Utah has a terribly low crime rate in the violence categories. It does have a higher than standard crime rate in the financial category.
The whole point is: the LDS church does a much better job of transforming and improving human beings that any socialist, communist or other ideological program to improve people. Go and look for yourself: Utah vs Cuba.
On top of that, the LDS church is very conservative and pro-business. I commend the LDS church to my readers if they want a mechanism to improve humans.
(A statue of Commerce is on one peak of City Hall holding a shovel.)