Milwaukee, WI (PRWEB) April 24, 2013
The winner of nine Tony Awards is selling many tickets in numerous U.S. locations where the show is currently appearing or will soon run. It is not surprising that one of those Tony Awards was for Best Musical, as this show tells an interesting tale with great choreography, superb acting, and a catchy musical score. SuperbTicketsOnline.com has tickets for the performances of the show taking place this month at the Boston Opera House.
Besides appearing in Boston and on Broadway, the show is also touring this year and next in other U.S. locations that include Chicago, Cleveland, Houston, Washington, D.C., Austin, San Antonio, Omaha, New Orleans, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Durham, Baltimore, Columbus, Costa Mesa, San Diego, Louisville, and Seattle. The musical has been so popular that many audience members may be acquiring Book of Mormon tickets for the second or third time.
The creators of South Park are the same masterminds behind this fun production. It took nearly seven years to develop, but fans of the show are likely to agree that it was well worth the wait. Since opening on Broadway back in March of 2011, the show has been attracting a great deal of positive reviews and high praise from critics and audiences across the U.S. The musical has become so popular, in fact, that it is also touring in Canada and other parts of the world. The Broadway presentation is continuing into 2014, and fans will have many opportunities to acquire seats for an upcoming performance.
The story tells of the plight of two young and impressionable Mormon missionaries who are sent to Uganda for the purpose of converting the local citizens. There are many obstacles that the missionaries must face, and the tale is told so amusingly that audiences will be laughing throughout the show and even after the curtain has gone down for the last time. The musical is for adults, and the kids need to stay home for this show while Mom and Dad have an afternoon or evening out. It is certain that no one will leave the theater feeling disappointed about their attendance, only sad that the show is over.