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One hyperventilating female reviewer from the Guardian wrote: ‘It’s simply a work of genius, so brilliantly conceived and executed that it makes astonishingly savage and sophisticated satire into joyous, hilarious, literally all-singing, all-dancing fun and glamour.One undeniable thing is that The Book of Mormon — written by the American creators of equally controversial adult television cartoon South Park — is fast becoming the most hyped show in theatre history.Among South Park’s list of targets are the disabled, Jews, gays, Catholics, Scientologists and the rich and famous.Controversial storylines includes one from 2007 which showed a cartoon of the Queen blowing her brains out after a failed attempt to invade America. caught up with the always-charming performer to talk about following in a good friend's footsteps, taking the show on the road and making a certain OUT Magazine list. I came for the first time when I was five because I had relatives who lived in Leicester [north of London], and after that I came during college for four months and then Poppins, Hair and now this—it keeps calling me back.That’s exactly what we call it—or what I call it, anyway. Hair had a bit of an event feeling about it, but this truly is. stretch last fall, they called my agent and said, “We want to talk about Gavin going to London.” To be honest, I wasn’t chomping at the bit to go, and I was also so in love with my tour company, but there was a part of me that just felt as if I was being called back.Gavin Creel is currently on a third go-round as a West End leading man, following Mary Poppins and Hair, with a knockout turn as Elder Price in The Book of Mormon, which opens March 21 at the Prince of Wales Theatre. Those other London credits were great, of course, but Mormon is something else—it’s an event.

Already, the run has been extended until January and the London PR agency hired by the show’s American producers, let slip to me this week they are looking to emulate another West End hit, We Will Rock You, which has been running for 11 years. The Prince of Wales theatre, where The Book of Mormon is showing, has just put up its prices because of the high demand — with the best seats going for £72.50.Industry sources in America — where there is a touring version of the show, plus long-standing productions in New York and Chicago — say producers have spent an unprecedented

Already, the run has been extended until January and the London PR agency hired by the show’s American producers, let slip to me this week they are looking to emulate another West End hit, We Will Rock You, which has been running for 11 years. The Prince of Wales theatre, where The Book of Mormon is showing, has just put up its prices because of the high demand — with the best seats going for £72.50.

Industry sources in America — where there is a touring version of the show, plus long-standing productions in New York and Chicago — say producers have spent an unprecedented $1 million (£650,000) marketing the show in London alone.

Mike Paul, one of the most high-profile PR men in New York, where The Book Of Mormon is about to enter its third year on Broadway, told me: ‘The marketing campaign has been brilliant.

Each man is reported to have amassed a fortune of around £200 million.

And they are expanding their powerful business empire.

As one of the first to see the show in London, I can attest it is, indeed, vile, offensive and potty-mouthed.

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Already, the run has been extended until January and the London PR agency hired by the show’s American producers, let slip to me this week they are looking to emulate another West End hit, We Will Rock You, which has been running for 11 years. The Prince of Wales theatre, where The Book of Mormon is showing, has just put up its prices because of the high demand — with the best seats going for £72.50.Industry sources in America — where there is a touring version of the show, plus long-standing productions in New York and Chicago — say producers have spent an unprecedented $1 million (£650,000) marketing the show in London alone.Mike Paul, one of the most high-profile PR men in New York, where The Book Of Mormon is about to enter its third year on Broadway, told me: ‘The marketing campaign has been brilliant.Each man is reported to have amassed a fortune of around £200 million.And they are expanding their powerful business empire.As one of the first to see the show in London, I can attest it is, indeed, vile, offensive and potty-mouthed.

million (£650,000) marketing the show in London alone.Mike Paul, one of the most high-profile PR men in New York, where The Book Of Mormon is about to enter its third year on Broadway, told me: ‘The marketing campaign has been brilliant.Each man is reported to have amassed a fortune of around £200 million.And they are expanding their powerful business empire.As one of the first to see the show in London, I can attest it is, indeed, vile, offensive and potty-mouthed.

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