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The Story of The Book of Mormon
Written by South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Avenue Q co- creator Robert Lopez, The Book of Mormon is a religious satire musical. Centering on two young Mormon missionaries from Salt Lake City who are assigned to travel to Uganda to spread the word, the play pokes fun at the religion while impressing critics with dynamic wit and musical numbers. Hailed by many as the funniest musical on Broadway, the show features a multi- talented cast including Josh Gad (The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee), Andrew Rannells (Jersey Boys), Nikki M. James (All Shook Up), Michael Potts (Grey Gardens), and Lewis Cleale (Spamalot). Directed by Parker and Casey Nicholow (Elf: The Musical), the musical is set with a dynamic team that is sure to please. Those who acquire The Book of Morman tickets are guaranteed to have a laugh.
Been waiting to say "Hello" to the little musical with the surprisingly big heart and ubiquitously big buzz? The smash hit from South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone is sold out in NYC until 2013 – but we've got ticket links here! Not only that, but you can check out our official Book of Mormon ticket page for links to the production's cross-country performances, or continue to scroll below for national tour stops and venues.
Book of Mormon:"Hello" Opening Number at 2012 Tony Awards
Book of Mormon Plot
Mormon recounts the story of two American missionaries who set out for Uganda to convert the country's "heathens." While the former door-to-door salesmen arrive with all the zeal of their training, their well-intentioned pep and platitudes soon falter in the face of serious social problems. A crisis of faith and friendship ensues, with Elder Price and Elder Cunningham coming into their own in distinctly different – albeit equally entertaining – ways.
Book of Mormon: "I Believe"
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