Context


In the summer of 2003, successful “South Park” duo Trey Parker and Matt Stone flew to New York City, and on the recommendation of producer Scott Rudin, saw Avenue Q, a raunchy puppet musical that was written and composed by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx. The quartet struck up a quick friendship, which soon developed into a collaborative partnership after they realized that they were all interested in creatively exploring the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and its prophet Joseph Smith. Native Coloradans Stone and Parker had familiarity with the Church, and along with Marx and Lopez,

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