Book of Mormon tickets have been selling consistently and will likely continue to sell at a steady rate for all U.S. performances.
Milwaukee, WI (PRWEB) March 26, 2013
The theatre opened in 1922 and was rebuilt in 1973. It seats approximately 2,714 theatergoers. In June and July it will host 24 exciting performances of the popular and very amusing musical that has been touring the U.S. and running on Broadway since 2011. From June 18 until July 7 the show will be entertaining audiences with afternoon and evening performances, and theatergoers are eager to obtain seats for a musical that has been receiving rave reviews since its first appearance on stage.
Trey Parker and Matt Stone, who created South Park, also created this production, and it has won a total of nine Tony Awards. It took seven years to develop and debuted on Broadway in March 2011. The show is still running on Broadway at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre throughout 2013. It is also touring in cities across the map, including such locations as Boston, Chicago, Buffalo, Des Moines, Detroit, Minneapolis, Seattle, St. Louis, Rochester, Pittsburgh, Portland and Washington, D.C. The musical has become so popular that it will also be touring in other parts of the world this year, such as London's West End.
Book of Mormon tickets have been selling consistently and will likely continue to sell at a steady rate for all U.S. performances. The musical has an award-winning score and beautifully choreographed dance routines as well as a stellar acting cast and guaranteed laughs from the beginning of the performance until the very end. Theatergoers who are looking for a delightful musical that is uplifting and enlightening will find exactly what they desire when they attend a showing of this critically-acclaimed production.
The story involves Elder Price and Elder Cunningham, two missionaries of the Mormon faith who are assigned the formidable task of converting Ugandan villagers. The young gentlemen think they will be capable of accomplishing their mission but have no idea what lies ahead for them. The local citizens have such issues as poverty, war and disease to deal with, and religion does not seem to be an important matter for them. Audience members will find themselves laughing uproariously at the antics of Elders Price and Cunningham, and the show has received such positive reviews that some theatergoers may even want to attend more than one performance.