"The Book of Mormon," playing through Dec. 14 at the Adrienne Arsht Center in Miami, can be read at least three ways.
1. As a bona fide hit show that adroitly uses its badass reputation to camouflage that it is essentially an old-fashioned Broadway musical, complete with a tap-dance number and sweet sentiment.
2. As a whacked-out and perversely profane examination of faith that gets laughs (no, really!) from the unlikeliest of sources, including baby rape, warlords, genital mutilation, dysentery, AIDS and frog molestation.
3. A bordering-on-brilliant,...