The following appeared in Redwood City Daily News
..."Altar Boyz" feels like a marketing idea that was thrown together quickly and carelessly to try and make a buck. As a result, it has the vibe of a dishonest piece of commercial collaboration, like a con man turned preacher.
A marketing idea? Sounds like religion in general. A con man turned preacher? Isn't that redundant?
I really wish that more people could turn those critical eyes on all religion, not just little bits and pieces.
Edit: Not only is the show OLD, it's also satire. If I'd bothered to do a basic Wiki search before I posted I would have found...
Altar Boyz is an Off-Broadway musical comedy about a fictitious Christian boy band from Ohio. It addresses and satirizes, among other things, the phenomenon of boy bands, the popularity of Christian-themed music and products in contemporary American culture.
Sooo, off to a bad start much?
Yeah. Thanks Brendan.