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The Book of Mormon Baltimore Tickets

The Book of Mormon Baltimore Tickets

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Get ready for a hysterical night out at the theater! The Tony Award-winning Broadway musical The Book of Mormon is now playing in Baltimore! If you love witty, tongue-in-cheek satire, this is a show you don't want to miss. You'll laugh out loud as two young Mormon missionaries try to share the Book of Mormon with a Uganda population who has no interest in learning about religion. Boasting multiple Tony Awards, an incredible cast, and enchanting music, this hit play has become a Broadway classic. Bring a few of your friends and have a knee-slapping good time!

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The Book of Mormon will be performed at Hippodrome at France-Merrick PAC in Baltimore, MD on Feb. 25, 26, 27, 28, and Mar. 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9. Baltimore's Hippodrome Theatre was built back in 1914. The 2300-seat theater was designed by Thomas White Lamb, one of the premier theater architects of his time. The Hippodrome has been recently reconstructed for use as a performing arts theater, and forms a part of the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center.


The Experience:

Theatergoers who love sarcastic, dark, disturbing humor are lining up to see this Broadway smash. Prepare to hear plenty of sarcastic digs at Mormonism and organized religion in general. You'll be shocked at some of the show's snarky, eyebrow-raising jokes, but then you won't be able to stop laughing. This controversial play will give you an entirely new perspective on American religious traditions, plus the songs are so delightful you'll be humming them to yourself days after it's over. Bring some of your loved ones along to this delightful show!


Trivia:

The Book of Mormon has earned nine Tony awards, including ones for Best Musical and Best Direction of a Musical, and the Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album. The play has also received five Drama Desk Awards for Outstanding Musical, Lyrics, Music, Director of a Musical and Outstanding Orchestrations. The original Broadway cast recording of the show became the highest-charting Broadway cast album in over four decades. In 2013, the show won the Evening Standard Award in the Best Night Out category.


History:

The show is a religious satire musical that makes fun of traditional musical theatre, in addition to sexuality, poverty, race, and organized religion—Mormonism in particular. This blockbuster show was written by South Park creators Trey Parker, Matt Stone, and Avenue Q's Robert Lopez. The play centers on two young missionaries, Elder Price and Elder Cunningham, who travel to northern Uganda with the goal of converting its citizens to the Mormon religion. Their crusade comes to a screeching halt, however, because the evil warlord eventually threatens the local population, which forces the people to worry about bigger things than religion, such as war, famine, poverty, and AIDS. The production went through nearly seven years of development before it finally opened on Broadway in March 2011.

Prior to creating The Book of Mormon, writers Trey Parker and Matt Stone hadworked together on the 1993 musical film Cannibal! The Musicalandthe 1997 hit TV showSouth Park for Comedy Central. Their 1998 film, Orgazmo, and the 2003 episode "All About Mormons" of South Park both lampooned the Mormon religion.

A UK production of The Book of Mormonmade its debut in the West End in February 2013 at the Prince of Wales Theatre. The London cast members hosted a gala performance of the new musical in March 2013 as a fundraiser for Red Nose Day. Ticket sales from that night's show—attended by several high-profile Comic Relief supporters—were donated to Red Nose Day.

A cast recording of the original Broadway production was issued in May 2011 through Ghostlight Records. In the first week of its release on iTunes, the album shot to number 2, becoming the highest-selling Broadway cast recording in iTunes history. The recording received generally upbeat reviews, and eventually becamethe highest-charting Broadway cast album in more than 40 years.


Musical Numbers:

The show's songs include "Hello,""Two by Two,""You and Me (But Mostly Me)," "Hasa Diga Eebowai,""Turn It Off,""I Am Here for You,""All American Prophet," "Sal Tlay Ka Siti,""I Am Here for You,""Man Up," "Making Things Up Again,""Spooky Mormon Hell Dream,""I Believe," "Baptize Me," "I Am Africa," "Orlando""Joseph Smith American Moses," "Hasa Diga Eebowai,""Tomorrow Is a Latter Day,""Hello," and"Finale."

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