The Book of Mormon is coming to Toronto, and yes, it affect you.
It doesn't matter if you are from here, because if you are not a resident of our great city, you can just be happy for us and support us in this journey we call "good theatre." Another option would be to come and see it, of course making sure to spend good earned tourist money in Toronto.
Anyway, I saw The Book of Mormon on Broadway, and saying that I adore it is an understatement. Since this isn't a review of the play, I won't go into specifics, but it was well worth getting yelled at by an elderly woman for being in the wrong line up.
Here's the thing, I have a bet going with someone where we are trying to "convert" and "baptise" people to join "Mormonism." For clarification, the people we "convert" are the people we've gotten to say are going, people who are "babtised" are the ones who actually go see the production, and "Mormonism" is simply the play.
Sound like fun? Yes? Absolutely? More fun than the holiday season? I'm pushing it? Okay.
All you have to do is let me know when you see the play, and I get a baptism. Cool, now go and conquer little ones and big ones.