The Book of Mormon Durham Schedule
Get ready to experience an hilarious account of two young Mormon missionaries
attempting to share the Book of Mormon with a Uganda population who has no interest in learning about religion. The production
has won numerous theater awards, including nine Tony Awards and the Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album.Boasting a
talented cast and beguiling music, this hit play has become a Broadway classic.This production is hot, so grab a few friends
and head to Durham, North Carolina, to catch The Book of Mormon.
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stick around long. Your best bet is to snag some today.The Book of Mormon will be performed at the Durham Performing Arts
Center in Durham, North Carolina, on February 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23. Since 2008, the Durham Performing
Arts Center has hosted top-notch artists like Big Time Rush, Diana Krall and B.B. King. The renowned venue seats 2,712 and
has also hosted celebrated theatrical events like A Christmas Carol and Disney Live Shows.
The Book of Mormon
The Book of Mormon unravels the tale of two young Mormon missionaries who relocate to an isolated village in northern
Uganda. The village is ruled by a ruthless warlord threatening the local population. Naive and optimistic, the pair enthusiastically
try to share their scriptures with the villagers, who are more focused on survival of war, poverty and famine, rather than
learning about religion.As the plot thickens, audience members achieve their own salvation through laughter. This is one show
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The Book of Mormon History
The Book of Mormon is a religious satire musical that lampoons traditional musical
theater and touches on other topics like poverty, race, sexuality and organized religion.Written by South Park creators Matt
Stone, Trey Parker and Avenue Q's Robert Lopez, The Book of Mormon illuminates the characters of Elder Price and Elder Cunningham,
two young missionaries who travel to northern Uganda in hopes of converting its citizens to the Mormon religion. The pair
run into numerous obstacles on their crusade when the wicked warlord threatens to terrorize the local population, which compels
the people to agonize over things bigger than religion.Before creating The Book of Mormon, writers Matt Stone and Trey Parker
collaborated on Cannibal! The Musical (1993) and Comedy Central's South Park. Comedic film Orgazmo (1998) also made fun of
the Mormon religion.
The Book of Mormon Creators
Developed by Robert Lopez, Trey Parker and Matt Stone,
The Book of Mormon echoes the creators' enthrallment with musicals and the Mormon religion. Recognized for creating the animated
comedy, South Park, Stone and Parker collaborated with Lopez to develop the musical numbers.The Book of Mormon pokes fun at
organized and traditional musical theater in the style that you would expect from anyone involved with the South Park series.
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The Book of Mormon Trivia
The Book of Mormon has claimed nine Tony Awards, including ones for Best Musical and
Best Direction of a Musical, and the Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album. Additionally, the production has garnered
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 40 years.In 2013, the show was
presented with the Evening Standard Award in the Best Night Out category.
The Book of Mormon Experience
religious satire musical, The Book of Mormon, quite frankly offends everyone with its irreverent attitude and foul language.
Yet it still manages to stand as an inspirational musical with a heart.If you love the comedy of South Park, you will certainly
appreciate The Book ofMormon musical. Prepare to experience plenty of sarcasm aimed at organized religion in general.You will
leave the theater with a whole new perspective on American religious traditions, along with some infectious and delightful
musical numbers that you'll be humming to yourself long after it's over.Check your calendar, and treat yourself to a night
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The Book of Mormon Musical Numbers
Book of Mormon's songbook includes: Two by Two, Hello, I Am Here for You, Hasa Diga Eebowai, All American Prophet, Turn It
Off, Sal Tlay Ka Siti, Man Up, Making Things Up Again, I Believe, I Am Africa, Spooky Mormon Hell Dream, Baptize Me, Tomorrow
Is a Latter Day, Finale and Joseph Smith American Moses.