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Book of Mormon Chicago Tickets on-sale Dates

Single tickets ($45-$115) for the Tony Award-winning musical “Book of Mormon,” set for a Chicago run Dec. 11, 2012-March 3, 2013, at the Bank of American Theatre, 18 W. Monroe, will go on sale exclusively to American Express cardholders at 10 a.m March 2.

Book Of Mormon Chicago IL Tickets
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The “presale” will take place through all usual outlets (in-person buyers avoid Ticketmaster fees) and ends on Mar. 15.

On Mar. 19, though, the Bank of America Theatre box-office, 18 W. Monroe St., will open for in-person sales at 12:01 a.m. to what the presenter hopes will be a long and photogenic line of in-person buyers. Tickets will go on sale for Bank of America Theatre performances from Dec. 11 through Mar. 3, 2013.

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The Book Of Mormon Broadway Box Office Update Week 2/26/2012

The Book Of Mormon Broadway grossed $1,468,595 and had a 102.6% attendance rate, same as of the previous week. The 26 shows on the boards grossed $20,315,215, around 1.2% more that of the previous week’s totals.

Below are the Top 10 Grosses from for the week ending February 26, 2012.

1. Wicked – (GERSHWIN) $1,872,679
2. The Lion King – (MINSKOFF) $1,732,972
3. Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark – (FOXWOODS) $1,643,155
4. The Book Of Mormon – (EUGENE O’NEILL) $1,468,595
5. Jersey Boys – (AUGUST WILSON) $1,018,596
6. The Phantom Of The Opera – (MAJESTIC) $985,906
7. Mary Poppins – (NEW AMSTERDAM) $957,197
8. War Horse – (VIVIAN BEAUMONT) $955,542
9. Porgy And Bess – (RICHARD RODGERS) $881,225
10. Mamma Mia! – (WINTER GARDEN) $825,341


Book of Mormon Musical comes to San Francisco in November 2012

Broadway blockbuster “The Book of Mormon” Musical comes to San Francisco’s Curran Theatre in November 2012.

One of the most ecstatically received musicals ever, “Book of Mormon” — which will be opening show of SHN’s 2012-13 season — marries up old-school musical theater pizazz with Cartman-worthy snarkiness in an outrageous riff on Mormon missionaries dispatched to a drought-riddled, AIDS-ravaged village in Africa. Enthusiastic streams of expletives exist side by side with jazz hands in this outrageous marriage of pop culture, political satire and high art.

Created by Matt Stone and Trey Parker of “South Park” fame and Robert Lopez (“Avenue Q”), “Book” has been the hottest ticket on the planet since its debut last year. Heavenly reviews, nine Tony Awards including best musical and the emergence of the Gleek generation has elevated “Book” to must-see status.

Mr. Parker and Mr. Stone take a schoolboy’s delight in throwing spitballs at things sacred, including most major religions,” decreed the New York Times. “But you also may have gathered that these men take equal pleasure in the transcendent, cathartic goofiness of song-and-dance numbers.”

The Original Broadway Cast Recording for “The Book of Mormon,” winner of the 2011 Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album, is available on Ghostlight Records.

The exact dates are not announced, Keep visiting for the updates.

The Book Of Mormon Wins GRAMMY For Trey Parker, Matt Stone

The Book of Mormon took home a Grammy, and he Trey Parker quipped that it’s been a good run for Mormon’s lately.

Book of Mormon Topped the Broadway Box Office For First Time

For the first time in its ongoing 11th month Broadway run, “The Book of Mormon” topped the box office last week. The show, which has been widely successful, had been kept out of the top spot for highest-grossing show in a single week by long-running hits like “The Lion King” and “Wicked”.

According to weekly box office data released on Monday by the Broadway League, “Mormon” grossed $1,455,329, compared to $1,349,433 for “Wicked” and $1,226,681 for “The Lion King.” The Lion King dragged to rank fourth by “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark,” which, like “Mormon,” is a relatively new hit that opened on Broadway in 2011; “Spider-Man” grossed $1,268,002 last week.

Below are the Top 14 Grosses from for the week ending February 05, 2012.

1. The Book Of Mormon – (EUGENE O’NEILL) $1,455,329
2. Wicked – (GERSHWIN) $1,349,433
3. Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark – (FOXWOODS) $1,268,002
4. The Lion King – (MINSKOFF) $1,226,681
5. Porgy And Bess – (RICHARD RODGERS) $905,134
6. War Horse – (VIVIAN BEAUMONT) $860,311
7. Jersey Boys – (AUGUST WILSON) $816,388
8. The Phantom Of The Opera – (MAJESTIC) $638,467
9. Mary Poppins – (NEW AMSTERDAM) $600,499
10. Priscilla Queen Of The Desert – (PALACE) $582,932
11. Anything Goes – (STEPHEN SONDHEIM) $575,400
12. How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying – (AL HIRSCHFELD) $573,887
13. Mamma Mia! – (WINTER GARDEN) $551,069
14. Memphis – (SHUBERT) $540,866

Book of Mormon Coming to Toronto, Des Moines and Minneapolis in 2013

The Book of Mormon, the Tony-winning Broadway musical, The brainchild of “South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone will be coming to Toronto, Des Moines and Minneapolis next year.

The show gently pokes fun at two Mormon missionaries who get more than they planned for when they travel to Uganda.

Co-written by “Avenue Q” co-creator Robert Lopez, it features the off-colour humour and salty language that its writers have become known for. Still, Garefino thinks more mature theatre-goers won’t be deterred.

The nine-time Tony-winning musical about a pair of Mormon missionaries who get shipped off to Uganda, will launch its U.S. tour Aug. 14-Sept. 2 in Denver, CO. The premiere engagement sold-out within five hours. Also announced is a Sept. 5-Nov. 25 run at Los Angeles’ Pantages Theatre.

Additional tour stops include the Civic Center of Greater Des Moines (Jan. 24-Feb. 3, 2013) and the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis (Feb. 5-17, 2013). Mirvish Productions will bring The Book of Mormon to Toronto in May-June 2013. A separate Chicago production will play Dec. 11, 2012-March 3, 2013, at the Bank of America Theatre.

Emmy-winning “South Park” creators-writers Parker and Stone and Tony-winning Avenue Q songwriter Lopez collaborated on the script and score to The Book of Mormon, which earned Tony Awards for Best Book, Best Score and Best Musical. Co-directed by Parker and Casey Nicholaw, The Book of Mormon opened to critical acclaim March 24, 2011, at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre. Both earned Tony Awards for their work.

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