Book Of Mormon Broadway Tickets
Books Of Mormon stands as the hottest show on Broadway by almost every measurement with a strong hold on the position. In addition to its power on the stage in New York City the musical also ranks as one of the top two Broadway Touring Shows with two companies performing on national tours including the popular Book Of Mormon Pantages tour stop in Hollywood.
For anyone not familiar with the background, The Book Of Mormon story originated with Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the creators of South Park. Robert Lopez penned the music for the Book Of Mormon after his success with the scores from Avenue Q and for those more familiar with TV than Broadway shows, the songs from the episode of Scrubs The Musical. The plot revolves around two Mormon missionaries sent to Uganda with an assignment of converting the native population to Mormonism.
By now anyone not attending The Book Of Mormon yet probably knows to anticipate something both offensive and hilarious. Even with such advance notice, first time patrons most likely will find the musical far exceeds any expectations in both proving more offensive and more hilarious content than possibly imagined. Yet at the end of the show, even the sections that may drive the prudish out the door provide patrons with intelligent reflection rather than just profanity for its own sake. See for yourself why people love this show and buy tickets for yourself today!
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Book of Mormon tickets, Eugene O'Neill Theatre available from $84 and up.
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