Book of Mormon tickets are available for performances of the popular musical to appear on stage at the Kennedy Center Opera House from July 9 until August 18.
Milwaukee, WI (PRWEB) May 09, 2013
Kennedy Center Opera House is part of the Performing Arts complex that is located on the Potomac River in Washington, D.C. The complex contains a variety of theaters that cater to various forms of entertainment, and the Opera House is situated in the middle of the center. It has approximately 2,300 seats and is beautifully decorated in red velvet with a red and silk curtain and a crystal chandelier. Book of Mormon tickets are available for performances of the popular musical to appear on stage at the Kennedy Center Opera House from July 9 until August 18. The show has won nine Tony Awards and is touring in various parts of the U.S. as well as continuing its long run on Broadway at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre through 2013.
In the story, Elders Price and Cunningham travel to Uganda to convert the local villagers to Mormonism or at least to make an attempt. The two missionaries are inexperienced and naively believe that they will be able to accomplish their mission with a minimum of effort. What they do not realize is that the local residents of the village they are sent to are very concerned with other matters that do not include religion. The story progresses through the trials and tribulations of the young missionaries and the way they handle the Ugandan villagers. The musical is thoroughly amusing and entertaining from beginning until end. There is no surprise to the fact that the show has become so popular that touring versions are performing on stages across the U.S. at the same time that it is still appearing on Broadway.
U.S. cities where the performance can be viewed include Boston, Buffalo, Detroit, Chicago, Portland, St. Louis, Minneapolis, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Seattle, Cleveland, Des Moines and Rochester. Theater critics have given the performance glowing reviews, and audiences from the East to the West Coast are laughing through the two and one half hour show. The musical is for mature audiences. Seats are selling quickly for upcoming performances due to the immense popularity of the presentation, and theatergoers need to act now to be assured of obtaining good seats.