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The award-winning musical debuted on Broadway in 2011 and is currently playing at theaters across the U.S. as well as the Eugene O'Neill Theatre in New York. The Chicago production at Bank of America Theatre will continue until September 8 of this year, and the Broadway showing continues through 2013 and beyond. SuperbTicketsOnline.com has same day delivery for theatergoers who order their tickets at the last minute.
Audiences have been laughing at the hilarious cast of characters that make up the production. Trey Parker and Matt Stone, creators of South Park, took almost seven years to develop this amusing show. Robert Lopez of Avenue Q fame co-wrote the music with them. Theatergoers have been enjoying the production since its debut, and touring versions across the U.S. are attracting capacity crowds on a regular basis. Besides the Broadway and Chicago showings, the presentation is also appearing in Buffalo, Boston, Des Moines, Detroit, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Minneapolis, Rochester, St. Louis, Baltimore, San Antonio, and Washington, D.C. The show's popularity has also spawned a London production that is expected to open on March 21.
The musical is a religious satire that tells the story of two young and impressionable missionaries who need to convert Ugandan villagers to Mormonism. The two gentlemen are about as different from each other as two individuals can get, but they are paired up to take on this assignment. Both of them feel that they will do well until they come up against the locals and realize that religion is going to take a back seat to other issues. As a result, there is a great deal of hilarity that ensues, and audiences are treated to singing, dancing and laughs throughout the performance. Since the show is for adults, the children will need to find other pursuits while Mom and Dad enjoy a few hours of fun.
Book of Mormon tickets have been popular with theatergoers, and high ticket sales may be partly due to the lavish praise that the show has been receiving from both critics and audience members. The production has won nine Tony Awards that include Best Musical and Best Musical Theater Album for the score by the original cast on Broadway.