Mrs. G. and I went to see "The Book of Mormon." It is quite funny in the over-the-top way that you would expect from the "South Park" guys who wrote it. The show is also respectful and even affectionate about Mormons as clean-cut, decent, nice people who want to help everyone. They are not as respectful of some of esoteric elements of Mormonism, but mostly they just tell them straight and let the audience react.
The main points of the musical are:
a) prophets speak in metaphors; and
b) kind acts are not wrong.
I can't go all the way with them to the actual conclusion of their story, but I can accept these main points.
Oh, and there is a subsidiary point with which I heartily agree: Orlando is not all it's cracked up to be.