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Debuting on Broadway in 2011, The Book of Mormon is a satirical look at the practices and beliefs of the Mormon Church. The show was created by Trey Parker, Matt Stone, and Robert Lopez and was an overnight success, becoming a quick fan favorite and gathering boatloads of critical acclaim. The Book of Mormon went on to win nine Tony Awards in 2011, including Best Musical, and to this day, its upbeat score, laugh-packed script, and positive word-of-mouth have kept it a must-see on the Great White Way. But don’t take our word for it — snag your Book of Mormon tickets at StubHub now. You simply won’t believe how much this show can change your life!
The Book of Mormon FAQs:
Where Can I Learn More About The Book of Mormon’s COVID Policy?
The Book of Mormon plays in the Eugene O’Neill Theatre, which requires guests to show proof of vaccination and to wear masks. You can find up-to-date information for the Eugene O’Neill Theatre here.
Is The Book of Mormon Currently on Tour?
The Book of Mormon is not currently on tour, but don’t despair! BoM tours frequently, so chances are good that even if you’re not in New York, you’ll have a chance to see this Tony Award-winning smash in a city near you.
What Broadway Theater is The Book of Mormon Currently Running In?
Since 2011, The Book of Mormon’s Broadway home has been the Eugene O’Neill Theatre on 230 West 49th Street in New York City, New York.
Who Is Currently Starring in The Book of Mormon?
In the original production, Josh Gad played Elder Cunningham and Andrew Rannells tackled the role of Elder Price. But today, there are multiple productions of The Book of Mormon currently being staged around the world, in addition to a touring company. For the latest in casting news, check out the musical’s website.
Is it Possible to Meet the Cast Members After the Show?
Yes! If you want a chance to snag an autograph or selfie with your favorite Book of Mormon cast member, just ask an usher for directions to the Eugene O'Neill Theatre's stage door.
Can I Buy Book of Mormon Merchandise at the Eugene O'Neill?
You sure can! A theatre gift shop provides audiences with the option to purchase merch related to the show.
Who Wrote the Music and Lyrics for The Book of Mormon?
Trey Parker and Matt Stone of South Park fame wrote the book, music, and lyrics for The Book of Mormon, alongside EGOT winner Robert Lopez. Lopez is also known for his work on the 2004 Tony Award Winner for Best Musical, Avenue Q, as well as co-writing the songs for both Frozen, Frozen 2, and Coco alongside wife Kristen Anderson-Lopez.
How Long Is a Production of The Book of Mormon?
The Book of Mormon runs two hours and thirty minutes with one fifteen-minute intermission.
What Are the Most Popular Songs From The Book of Mormon?
Ask any ten Book of Mormon fans to list their favorite songs from the musical, and you’ll get ten different answers. However, according to Spotify statistics, the four most-listened-to tracks from the soundtrack are “Hello!” “Turn It Off,” “You and Me (But Mostly Me),” and “I Believe.”
Is The Book of Mormon Appropriate for Kids?
The Book of Mormon features explicit language and decidedly adult themes. We’d suggest listening to the soundtrack and reading up on the story before buying tickets for your family, but we wouldn’t recommend this show for any younger children.
(Note that children under the age of four are not permitted into the theatre.)
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