The Book of Mormon on Broadway Tickets
About The Book of Mormon on Broadway
Now a long-running smash hit musical comedy, Broadway’s The Book of Mormon has been tickling audiences since 2011, the year it won the Tony Award for Best Musical. Still bursting with lampooning and jokes aplenty at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre, The Book of Mormon follows two young Mormon missionaries. With dreams of being sent to Disney, two unlikely friends, Elder Price and Elder Cunningham, are instead assigned to Uganda.
There, they try to convert citizens to the Mormon faith in this religious satire. But in Africa, the elders find poverty, violence, and AIDS, which made them distrust the life-saving zeal of Christianity long ago. Some lies, romance, and a murderous general additionally mean a successful mission may not be as easy as they expected.
With book, music, and lyrics by award-winning South Park writers Trey Parker and Matt Stone, alongside Avenue Q and Frozen's Robert Lopez, The Book of Mormon is full of as much humor as it is heart and faith.
The Book of Mormon highlights
Ding dong! Mormons are at the door — with tickets to this Broadway smash. Get them on Goldstar now, and learn more about why to join the congregation of this nine-time Tony Award-winning hit.
- Get to know the Grammy-winning music. “Two by Two,” “I Believe,” “Sal Tlay Ka Siti,” and “Hasa Diga Eebowai” are just some of the hilarious songs in this score, which earned the Best Original Score Tony Award and Best Musical Theater Album Grammy Award.
- This Broadway musical is certified comedic heaven. Entertainment Weekly hails The Book of Mormon as “a spectacular, rather perfect Broadway musical!” Similarly, The Hollywood Reporter says it is “one of the freshest original musicals in recent memory. It has tuneful songs, clever lyrics, winning characters, explosive laughs and disarmingly intimate moments.”
- No reading required. There’s a book in the title, but you don't need any prior knowledge of Mormonism to have a blast at this show. The Book of Mormon introduces the fundamentals of that faith, sends them up, and then embraces them with a big hug. The show mocks as much as it reveres those who dedicate their life to a higher calling.
Parental advisory: this show contains explicit language. Children under 4 are not allowed in the theatre.