The Book of Mormon Tickets
Eugene O'Neill Theatre | Manhattan, New York
If you love the best-quality theatrical productions, then you can’t miss-out when The Book of Mormon brings their unrivalled talent and incredible authenticity back to New York City, New York to appear live on the incredible Eugene O'Neill Theatre stage. The Book of Mormon follows the story of two missionaries who are sent from Salt Lake City to preach in a remote Ugandan village. Written by Stone, Parker and Avenue Q's co-creator Robert Lopez, the show is directed by Parker and Casey Nicholaw. The Broadway musical won nine Tony awards last year! So if you want the very best in musical theatre, then you want to visit the Eugene O'Neill Theatre for their latest show, the Grammy Award Winning, The Book of Mormon, live! Click the Buy Tickets button here and get yourself the best seats in the house for this event!
Are you ready for The Book of Mormon? Critics called it “the most profane musical in Broadway history!” – The New York Post and “Indecently funny. The killer whale of comedy.” – The Evening Standard. The book of Mormon will have you falling out of your seat, brought to you by Eugene O'Neill Theatre and the creators of South Park. This parody isn't reality, and it's the very distortion that makes it appealing and often very funny. Follow two Mormon missionaries, the devout, missionary-to-be Elder Kevin Price and Elder Arnold Cunningham, an insecure compulsive liar, as they arrive in a distant village in Uganda in deepest darkest Africa to bring a volume of scripture that will change people's lives forever by bringing them closer to Christ… Listen close as Elder Arnold weaves you a tale of Joseph Smith scripture mixed in with pieces of science fiction and fantasy combining, Hobbits, Star Wars and some sex with a frog to cure AIDS! Then get to meet the so lovely local warlord, General Butt-Fucking Naked as he comes in to demand mutilation and murder! How will our two fearless missionaries deal with or even survive the horrors waiting for them? Buy some tickets and come on down to Eugene O'Neill Theatre and find out!