Brookfield, WI (PRWEB) December 13, 2013
The show has garnered a great deal of attention since it first opened on Broadway at Eugene O’Neill Theatre in March of 2011. It has been having a very successful run there since that time and is scheduled to continue at the New York location until at least November of 2014 and likely beyond. The popularity of the show has caused a number of touring productions to also take place in various parts of the U.S. JustCheapTickets.com has a wide selection of tickets available with reduced pricing.
The presentation tells an amusing tale that revolves around two young Mormon missionaries who are sent to Uganda to convert the locals to Mormonism. The show has been awarded nine Tony honors, and critics have been singing its praises since the first performance. It is a production that is geared toward adult audiences who have been enjoying the laughs and will continue to do so as long as the show appears on theater stages.
The Eugene O’Neill Theatre is hosting the Broadway version of BOM, but theatergoers in other parts of the U.S. can also obtain Book of Mormon tickets for presentations that are taking place across the country. Some locations where the show will appear in the coming months include Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; San Francisco, California; Cincinnati, Ohio; Los Angeles, California; Atlanta, Georgia; Hartford, Connecticut; and Providence, Rhode Island.
BOM has an original musical score that claimed a Grammy for Best Musical Theater Album, and the show also won a Tony for Best Musical along with other honors. Critics have been raving about the choreography, score, and plot. Audiences in New York and elsewhere are enjoying an afternoon or evening performance, and tickets continue to sell steadily for shows on Broadway and from coast to coast.
The limited engagement of BOM that appeared in Chicago just recently came to a close in October. This touring version of the show will now travel to other areas of the U.S., creating a second national tour of the amusing musical production. A presentation of BOM also opened in the United Kingdom this past February, attesting to the wide appeal of the production.