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This is what 21st century Broadway can be. If Broadway has the balls. Lord knows, The Book of Mormon does...
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It's quickly becoming a household name. Although it's nothing like some of the shows considered 'classic Broadway', it has erupted into an existence far from anything of its kind on stage. Book of Mormon could be considered a somewhat mythical creature in the realm of theatre. The ultimate amalgamation of all things Broadway and South Park - this show is a masterpiece. more »
Last night, April 13, THE BOOK OF MORMON stars David Larsen (Elder Price) and Cody Jamison Strand (Elder Cunningham) appeared at Wrigley Field to sing the Chicago Cubs National Anthem, deliver the ceremonial First Pitch and lead the Seventh Inning Stretch. Scroll down for photos! more »
Join Celia Keenan-Bolger (The Glass Menagerie, Peter and the Starcatcher), Liz Callaway (The Look of Love, Baby), Caissie Levy (LES MISERABLES, Ghost), and more as they welcome Gavin Creel back to the U.S. (and to The Book of Mormon on Broadway) after his award-winning performance in The Book of Mormon on London's West End by performing songs Gavin has written, recorded, or loved in this one-night-only concert at Joe's Pub tonight, March 30th at 9:30pm. more »
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If you can still get tickets for BOM you must go see this show! The musi... more
Saw Book of Mormon and loved it - the theatre was packed and the audience... more
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