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Eugene O'Neill Theatre

The nine-time Tony Award-winning Best Musical.

Tickets starting at $59.00
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2:00pm 7:00pm
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Eugene O'Neill Theatre

230 West 49th Street
New York, NY 10019

Previews Feb 24, 2011
Opening Mar 24, 2011
2 hours and 30 minutes, including one intermission.
Children under the age of 4 are not permitted.
Content Advisory
Contains adult themes and strong language.
Late Seating
Latecomers are seated at the discretion of management.


The Book of Mormon follows two young missionaries who are sent to Uganda to try to convert citizens to the Mormon religion. One missionary, Elder Price, is an enthusiastic go-getter with a strong dedication to his faith, while his partner, Elder Cunningham, is a socially awkward but well meaning nerd whose tendency to embroider the truth soon lands him in trouble. Upon their arrival in Africa, Elders Price and Cunningham learn that in a society plagued by AIDS, poverty and violence, a successful mission may not be as easy as they expected.

Critics' Reviews

"A spectacular, rather perfect Broadway musical not only grounded in a serious love and understanding of the traditions that make a Broadway musical great but also filled with love for the very flawed, mortal characters who populate this romp."

Review by Lisa Schwarzbaum from Entertainment Weekly

"Parker and Stone have created one of the freshest original musicals in recent memory. It has tuneful songs, clever lyrics, winning characters, explosive laughs and disarmingly intimate moments. "

Review by David Rooney from The Hollywood Reporter

Know Before You Go

Composed by South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Avenue Q’s Robert Lopez, The Book of Mormon is an old-style musical with a modern sensibility. This blockbuster show features several big song-and-dance numbers accompanied by some old-fashioned Broadway belting. An equal opportunity offender, the show playfully pokes fun at religion, sexuality, poverty and race, while inspiring an after-the-show discussion of religion in general.

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