Thursday, March 17, 2011

An Oasis

Stop whatever you are doing. Do not pass go or collect $200. This is important.

Last night I found a small oasis. It is called "The Book of Mormon"

I dare not critique the show or its message. I will let each one who has the absolute good fortune to watch this "World" unfold come to his or her own revelations. It was, quite simply, the best. Not just the best show, but the best thing ahead of what used to be your former best thing

Hyperbole you say. You be the judge. If you attend a performance and don't come out of this with your face hurting from a grin that has permanently attached itself to your face for almost 2 1/2 hours, you haven't been paying attention.

By way of disclaimer, I have no financial interest in this theatrical undertaking, and my only benefit is that it will make each and every one of you happier. This is my gift to you, my few and loyal readers. Enjoy.


Anonymous said...

Is your gift 2 tickets? Ted

Robert said...

You know me far too well to ask that question.

bruce e said...

Despite the satire and the far flung narratives they subscribe to it casts the religion in a positive light for its goofy optimism

Robert said...

Goofy is an appropriate starting point.

Nancy Leeds said...

Searching for coupons today!

Robert said...

Let us know if you find something good. I think we could all subject ourselves to the lunacy at least a few times more