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The Book of Mormon
The Book of Mormon
The Book of Mormon
The Book of Mormon
The Book of Mormon

The Book of Mormon

ArrayWhy Watch The Book of Mormon
After its debut in 2011, The Book of Mormon quickly garnered an overwhelmingly positive response from critics and viewers alike. Vulgar yet unexpectedly sweet, renowned chief theater critic for the The New York Times, Ben Brantley, has declared The Book of Mormon as this century’s best musical. The Book of Mormon is loved for its clever dialogue, witty and catchy songs, and overall ability to put anyone in a state of constant laughter.
The Story
The Book of Mormon tells the story of two missionaries, who are sent to Uganda to try and convert local citizens to the Mormon religion. Upon their arrival in Africa, the two eager missionaries, Price and Cunningham, are met with a lack of interest from the locals, who are preoccupied with more pressing issues such as AIDS, famine and oppression from the local warlord. They quickly realize a successful mission may not be as easy as they expected.
Good for
Adult audience members | Black humor fans | Comedy lovers
Critics Reviews
"Much of this show’s enduring freshness comes from its unabashed identity as an archetypal musical. It’s a celebration of the spirit that moves otherwise sane human beings to accept the absurdity of people setting their cares and woes to sprightly song."
– The New York Times
"What’s so uniquely winning about The Book of Mormon is its scruffy humanism, its eagerness to redeem its characters—even its smaller ones. The supporting cast is astonishingly good; Rory O’ Malley, as openly closeted Elder McKinley, comes close to stealing the show more than once."
– New York Mag

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Eugene O'Neill Theatre, 230 West 49th Street
10036 New York
Lat : 40.7611Lng : -73.9857
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1 year

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Show Details
Show Timings
Tuesday to Thursday
7:00 PM
8:00 PM
2 PM & 8 PM
2 PM & 7 PM
2 hours and 30 minutes, with 1 intermission
Leading Roles
Josh Gad as Elder Cunningham
Andrew Rannells as Elder Price
Nikki M. James as Nabulungi
Rory O'Malley as Elder McKinley
Michael Potts as Mafala Hatimbi
Directed by
Casey Nicholaw
Trey Parker
Casey Nicholaw
Top Songs
"You and Me (But Mostly Me)", "Hasa Diga Eebowai", "Turn It Off", "Hello!" & "Two by Two"
Additional Information
Suitable for age 17 and above, no entry for children below age 4
Available Facilities
Wheelchair Accessible
In-house Bar
Coat Check
The theater has a seating capacity of 1,108 in total. For tips on how to choose the best seats, you can refer to our Eugene O’Neill Theatre Seating Chart Guide.
Outside Food
Strictly prohibited. If you'd like to grab a meal before or after the show, check out our guide to the 30 Best Restaurants in the Theater District.
Dress Code
Smart and casual wear is recommended. Keep in mind, the theater is air conditioned throughout the year and can get a bit chilly.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation Policy
All Broadway and Off-Broadway show tickets are non-refundable.

Ticket Delivery Information

Your e-tickets can be exchanged for physical tickets with our uniformed Headout hosts outside the theater.

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