The Book of Mormon Tickets

The Book of Mormon Tickets

The hilarious modern-day classic from the creators of South Park about a Mormon mission gone wrong.

The story of two mismatched Mormon boys on a mission to a remote African village, The Book of Mormon is unlike anything else to grace a Broadway stage. Read more


Tony WinnerBest MusicalBest Original ScoreBest PerformanceBest DirectionGrammy WinnerBest Choreography NomineeBest Costume Design Nominee
2 hours and 30 minutes
On Broadway
Parental advisory: explicit language. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.

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The Critics Have Spoken

The New York Times
"A newborn, old-fashioned, pleasure-giving musical has arrived at the Eugene O’Neill Theater."
The New York Post
"It’s a fiendishly well-crafted, hilariously smart — or maybe smartly hilarious — song-and-dance extravaganza."
"It is funnier and smarter than 'Monty Python's Spamalot,' managing to offend, provoke laughter, trigger eye-rolling, satirize conventions and warm hearts, all at the same time."

The Book of Mormon Details

As proven by the frequent (and seemingly intentional) controversies ignited over the years by their crass cartoon television show South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone have zero qualms with poking a little fun here and there. So when news broke the brilliant, mischievous duo was writing a musical about the Mormon Church, well, you could understand how some feared they might take things too far. And while the resulting production, The Book of Mormon, holds no punches in satirizing Mormonism, it does so with a loving spirit, not a vitriolic one. Along with songwriter Robert Lopez, the two met with Mormon leaders while doing research for the play. The Church of Latter Day Saints has even bought ads in the show’s playbill. The show follows the story of two young missionaries, Elders Kevin Price and Arnold Cunningham, as they attempt to spread the teachings of Mormonism founder Joseph Smith to a village in Uganda, while simultaneously fighting their own internal doubts.

The Book of Mormon opened on Broadway at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre in March 2011, and quickly became a hot ticket for both tourist and local veterans of theater. Its success was validated at that year’s Tony Awards, as The Book of Mormon was nominated for 14 Tonys and took home victories for nine of them, including Best Musical and Best Original Score. The show has remained fresh over the years, consistently having earned thumbs up from critics who returned for second helpings. The show is currently touring the United States, with engagements scheduled in cities such as Salt Lake City, Miami and San Francisco.