It is no secret that general rule, Hollywood tends to reward the commerciality and political correctness above quality and stinging criticism. In the universe of Broadway that rule not used to be so obvious as in the oscars but in recent decades, with few exceptions, the list of winners at the Tony Awards (equivalent to the Hollywood Oscar de) unveiled too much weakness for the lighter works and with guarantees of success preceded by successes in London stage. But this year, the musical The book of Mormon (the book of Mormon), award-winning last Monday in New York with nine tonys, has demonstrated that the talent of two outsiders considered politically incorrect, ruthlessly critical and overly deslenguados, can also be recognized by an industry that seems to have remembered coup that Broadway greatness lay in its capacity to reflect, openly, more complex drives of the feel of a society. Source of the news:: the musical enters the new era of wrong.