The Book of Mormon Makes a Big Splash in Melbourne
Melbourne has never before seen so many Mormons or so much of their famous book. With the opening of the Book of Mormon musical—a production that is not sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons)—long preceded by ads on trams, and the response from the Church, the book and its easily recognisable missionaries will be front and centre in Melbourne for some time.
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