Discount Broadway Tickets For The Book of Mormon

Regular Price Tickets
ORCH $99.00
MEZZ $79.00
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The Book of Mormon Summary

  • The Book of Mormon is 2.5 Hours long, including an intermission of 15 Minutes
  • 8 Shows per week
  • Previews Began: February 24, 2011
  • Opens March 24, 2011
  • Show Closes: Open ended

The Book of Mormon is a satirical and raunchy story about two young Mormon missionaries who travel to Uganda in order to share the Mormon religion, only to make up some ridiculous stories in order to captivate their new African converts. African converts, who are a little preoccupied by the oppression of a warlord and the confines of their habitat which is ravaged by disease and poverty.

The Book of Mormon on Broadway Background

The Book of Mormon is a rollicking and irreverent musical written by "South Park" creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone. The musical composer is Bobby Lopez, best known for his work on Avenue Q and Frozen.

When the show began at the Eugene O'Neill Broadway theatre in March 2011, audiences and critics claimed it was a riotous phenomenon causing laughter and tears throughout the show. Andrew Rannells' debut as Elder Price on The Book of Mormon helped carry along the plot of the musical, as Rannells had the stage chops to pull off this hilarious characater, that ultimately won him the Tony. It helps to know something about Mormonism to see this show, as there are countless jokes that only those of that religious persuasion will understand.

Despite being on Broadway for some time, the show is still a very hot ticket. It won the 2011 Tony Award for Best Musical and has been consistently sold out at the box office ever since. The show is consistently in the top 5 Broadway shows currently on Broadway and has gone on to great success on its national and international tour.

What’s The Book of Mormon Like?

Full of "South Park" style “potty humor” and some clever wit, The Book of Mormon has been surprisingly well-received by a wide audience. Though admittedly offensive, the show strikes a balance that manages to cause much more laughter than offense, even to Mormon audience members. Ultimately, it is good-natured and fun-loving show, and the musical numbers are extremely entertaining. The sets and costumes are elaborate, and the choreography is impressive. The show has made stars of its original leads, Andrew Rannells and Josh Gad, both in Hollywood and Broadway. The casting on the show is consistently top-notch because the previous players had set such a high bar. The audience does not stop laughing from the first “Hello!” as the Mormon missionary rings a doorbell and the string of hilarity continues.

Is The Book of Mormon Good for Kids?

There is a parental advisory for this show, primarily due to its explicit language as well as adult themes. It is most likely inappropriate for children under the age of 12, and even those older should be brought with caution. As always, children under the age of 4 are not permitted inside the theatre.

The Book of Mormon Ticket Lottery and Rush Schedule

Every day there are discounted Broadway show tickets sold as part of the Broadway ticket lotteries or as RUSH tickets. Tickets are only valid on-the-same-day of the drawing. The following is the daily schedule of the ticket lottery and RUSH ticket pricing.

In Person Lottery

Saturday, 12:00pm

Online Lottery

Tuesday, 11:00am 7:00pm

Wednesday, 11:00am

Thursday, 11:00am

Friday, 11:00am

Saturday, 11:00am

Sunday, 11:00am 7:00pm

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Theatre Information

Eugene O'Neill Theatre

230 West 49th Street
New York, NY 10019
Seats: 1,108
Entrance: 49th Street, between 8th and Broadway
Theatre Information

Eugene O'Neill Theatre Seating Chart

The Book of Mormon Marquee

Book of Mormon Marquee on Broadway

Cast Members

Elder Price
Dave Thomas Brown
Elder Cunningham
Cody Jamison Strand
Kim Exum
Elder McKinley
Stephen Ashfield
Derrick Williams
Mafala Hatimbi
Daniel Breaker
Joseph Smith
Lewis Cleale
Mafala Hatimbi
Sterling Jarvis

Past Cast Members

Elder Price
Nic Rouleau
Elder Cunningham
Chris O'Neill


Stuart Thompson (Executive Producer)

Anne Garefino

Jean Doumanian

Jon B Platt

Kevin Morris

Roger Berlind

Roy Furman

Scott M Delman

Scott Rudin

Sonia Friedman Productions

Stephanie McClelland

Production Credits

Trey Parker + Casey Nicholaw
Casey Nicholaw
Costume Designer
Ann Roth
Set Designer
Scott Pask
Lighting Designer
Brian Ronan
Music Supervisor
Stephen Oremus
Larry Hochman
Lyrics + Music + Book
Robert Lopez + Trey Parker + Matt Stone
Technical Supervisor
Larry Morley at United Staging & Rigging

Creative Team

General Manager
David Turner as Stuart Thompson Productions
Company Manager
James Lawson at Stuart Thompson Productions
Production Manager
Aurora Productions
Casting Director
Carrie Gardner
Advertising Representative
Serino Coyne
Press Agent
Boneau Bryan-Brown
Production Stage Manager
Karen Moore