Eugene O'Neill Theatre | New York, New York
If you know Matt Stone and Trey Parker then you know what to expect when you order tickets to experience their Broadway musical, Book of Mormon at the stunning Eugene O'Neill Theatre on Wednesday 11th May 2022. The performance, running in New York City, New York, puts on hilarious comedic timing for a tale that satirizes and embraces the feel good inspirational book musical format to tell the story of two Latter-Day Saints missionaries attempting to preach the faith to a Ugandan village that has more pressing things on their mind. Jon Stewart, from the Daily Show, praised the musical and its co-creators for developing a story that had heart even as it wallows in filthy and offensive comedy. If you want to see this creation from two masters of shock-comedy, then secure your tickets to experience Book of Mormon by clicking the Buy Tickets button below.
The hilarious Book of Mormon! Grab your tickets and get yourself to Eugene O'Neill Theatre for the filthiest show you will ever see! Brought to you by the creators of South Park. The book of Mormon will have you howling in your seat! Follow two Mormon missionaries, the devout, condescending missionary-to-be Elder Kevin Price and Elder Arnold Cunningham, an insecure and compulsive liar, as they arrive in a distant village in Uganda in the heart of deepest darkest Africa. Determined to succeed where every other sect has failed and bring the light of Joseph Smith to these unwashed heathens, Elder Arnold will weave you a tale with pieces of science fiction and fantasy combining Joseph Smith, hobbits, Lt. Uhura, Darth Vader, Yoda and throw in some sex with a small green frog to cure their AIDS, rationalizing that if it helps people, it surely cannot be wrong?
The Book of Mormon was awarded nine Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album, it has grossed over $500 million, making it one of the most successful musicals of all time! What are you waiting for? Grab your tickets for the filthiest, most offensive, and—surprise—sweetest thing you’ll see on Broadway this year!