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Book of Mormon coming to Las Vegas’ The Smith Center in 2014

The Tony Award-winning musical “The Book of Mormon” is coming to Las Vegas. The national tour of the Tony-winning musical will play The Smith Center in the summer of 2014 as part of the 2013-14 Broadway Las Vegas Season.

“We are thrilled to bring this award-winning musical as a part of our 2013-14 Broadway Las Vegas Season,” Smith Center President Myron Martin said in a prepared statement. “Las Vegas is a theater-savvy town and they know what’s hot in New York. We’ve been getting requests for the show since it opened on Broadway. We’ve also gotten many requests to help acquire tickets in New York.”

The Book of Mormon musical story is all about two young missionaries in Uganda, mixing religious satire with tongue-in-cheek numbers that recall classic gotta-sing, gotta-dance Broadway musicals.

The musical won nine Tony Awards in 2011, including best musical, best score, best book and best direction. It also won a Grammy Award for the cast album.

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Book of Mormon Chicago Cast Change – “American Idol” Finalist Syesha Mercado Joins

Syesha Mercado, “American Idol” finalist has taken over the role of Nabulungi in the Chicago production of the Tony Award-winning musical The Book of Mormon, which began previews at the Bank of America Theatre on December 11.

Syesha Mercado Joins Book Of Mormon Chicago
Syesha Mercado Joins Book Of Mormon Chicago

Stephanie Umoh was previously announced for this role. There has been no official word on why she has left, but she has been replaced. Representatives of The Book of Mormon confirmed Mercado’s casting.

Mercado recently appeared as Ti Moune in the Paper Mill Playhouse production of Once On This Island. She has been in Chicago rehearsing the show for the past two weeks, and began performances with the cast when previews began Dec. 11.

The Chicago production marks the third staging of The Book of Mormon to open in the U.S. It is currently set to play through June 2, 2013 after the performances through March 3, 2013, are currently sold out.

Buy Book Of Mormon Bank of America Theatre Tickets Online at discounted prices, SAVE $10 when you spend $350+, by using code AFF$10.

Book Of Mormon Chicago Run Begins 12/11/2012

Tony-winning Broadway musical, Book of Mormon’s Chicago run launches its first preview performance Tuesday 12/11/2012 at the Bank of America Theatre.

Book Of Mormon musical tells the story of two young Mormon missionaries assigned to northern Uganda – with raunchy results. The show was originally slated to go through March but extended through June 2 after it sold out its first three months of shows.

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Book of Mormon Broadway Box Office Update for Week Ending 12/9/2012

The Book of Mormon Broadway Musical grossed $1,689,972 and had an attendance rate of 102.6%, same as that of the previous week. The 30 shows on the boards grossed 23,837,825, improving around 7.06% from the previous week’s totals.

Below are the Top 16 Grosses from BroadwayWorld.com for the week ending December 09, 2012.

1. The Lion King – (MINSKOFF) $1,833,258
2. Wicked – (GERSHWIN) $1,825,121
3. The Book Of Mormon – (EUGENE O’NEILL) $1,689,972
4. Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark – (FOXWOODS) $1,219,093
5. Glengarry Glen Ross – (SCHOENFELD) $1,181,244
6. A Christmas Story – (LUNT-FONTANNE) $1,130,429
7. Once – (JACOBS) $1,092,379
8. Jersey Boys – (AUGUST WILSON) $1,080,834
9. Nice Work If You Can Get It – (IMPERIAL) $1,064,228
10. Annie – (PALACE) $1,058,727
11. ELF – (AL HIRSCHFELD) $994,479
12. Evita – (MARQUIS) $920,994
13. Newsies – (NEDERLANDER) $908,298
14. Mary Poppins – (NEW AMSTERDAM) $780,056
15. The Phantom Of The Opera – (MAJESTIC) $758,912
16. War Horse – (VIVIAN BEAUMONT) $698,128

{Via BroadwayWorld.com}

The Book of Mormon Star James Vincent Meredith Interview for RedEye

James Vincent Meredith co-stars in the Chicago production of ‘The Book of Mormon” interviewed By Julia Borcherts for RedEye.

What was your audition process?
April of this year, I was called in to audition at the equity offices here in town. I had a scene and a few bars of a song. They called me back—maybe a week later at the most—and I did the same thing again with the director in the room and a few more people behind the table [laughs]. And then after that, I just kind of waited and waited and I actually I think I knew via my agent in May or June. But there were so many other things to get worked out that I didn’t really go public with it until the last few weeks. [Laughs]

What did you do when you found out you’d landed the role?
First, I was crazy with excitement and then I got crazy with fear because I haven’t done a musical on this big a stage in…uh…ever.

I think I’d only done one musical before and that was “The King and I” out at Drury Lane Oakbrook—maybe five, six years ago—and I didn’t really have to sing much [laughs], so that was a lot less stressful.

So once I got over the excitement and the following fear, I just got to work and started seeing a vocal coach and tried to learn about as much of the musical as I could before I went to New York for rehearsals.

What’s one of the craziest or most unexpected things that’s happened so far during rehearsals?
At one point, we had finished a run-through and there’s a guy who’s piping in with these notes here and there and I don’t really know who he is but I imagine he’s important because no one is cutting him off and he’s literally sitting right next to our director. And everyone’s taking his notes—and they’re pretty good notes.

So we get through the whole process and at the very end, I’m talking to one of the actors and I’m like, “Should I know this guy?” And they’re like, “Yeah, that’s Trey Parker!” [laughs]

I’m like, “No [bleep]!” I couldn’t believe that that was the guy who was giving us these notes—at the very beginning of rehearsals and through the process, we never really had an opportunity where we met Trey and Matt, and I had never honestly really seen them.

So I actually went up and met him afterwards and told him that and he kind of cracked up.

Read the complete interview {Via RedEyeChicago.com}

The Book of Mormon is scheduled to run at Chicago’s Bank of America Theatre from Tuesday, Dec. 11, to Sunday, June 2. Buy Book Of Mormon Chicago IL Tickets Online at discounted prices – Save $10 when you spend 350+, Use code AFF$10.

Book Of Mormon Rochester Tour Tickets Update

As RBTL Announced The 2012-2013 M&T Bank Broadway Season At The Rochester Auditorium Theatre, Book Of Mormon Touring company Will be in Rochester NY March 05 to March 10, 2013.

Tickets at the box office for this engagement will go on sale at 10 AM, Friday, December 7, 2012.

Book Of Mormon Rochester Auditorium Theatre Schedule:
Tuesday to Thursday – 7:30 PM
Friday – 8:00 PM
Saturday, March 09 – 2:00 PM and 8:00 PM
Sunday, March 10 – 1:00 PM and 6:30 PM

The Book Of Mormon is a tale, starring two eager Mormon missionaries who fly to Uganda to join a group converting Africans. Broadway musical won Nine 2011 Tony Awards including the Best Musical of the Year.

The Book Of Mormon will be at Rochester Auditorium Theatre through March 10, 2013. Buy Book Of Mormon Rochester NY Tickets Online at discounted prices – Save $10 when you spend 350+, Use code AFF$10.

Book of Mormon Broadway Box Office Update for Week Ending 12/2/2012

The Book of Mormon Broadway grossed $1,672,310 and had an attendance rate of 102.6%, same as that of the previous week. The 30 shows on the boards grossed $22,154,855, dropping around 20.40% from the previous week’s totals.

Below are the Top 16 Grosses from BroadwayWorld.com for the week ending December 02, 2012.

1. Wicked – (GERSHWIN) $1,696,781
2. The Book Of Mormon – (EUGENE O’NEILL) $1,672,310
3. The Lion King – (MINSKOFF) $1,647,968
4. Glengarry Glen Ross – (SCHOENFELD) $1,177,056
5. Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark – (FOXWOODS) $1,098,685
6. Once – (JACOBS) $1,046,542
7. Jersey Boys – (AUGUST WILSON) $1,018,387
8. A Christmas Story – (LUNT-FONTANNE) $976,184
9. Annie – (PALACE) $948,150
10. Nice Work If You Can Get It – (IMPERIAL) $897,600
11. Evita – (MARQUIS) $846,483
12. ELF – (AL HIRSCHFELD) $845,719
13. Newsies – (NEDERLANDER) $841,298
14. Mary Poppins – (NEW AMSTERDAM) $699,157
15. The Phantom Of The Opera – (MAJESTIC) $682,365
16. Mamma Mia! – (WINTER GARDEN) $623,646

{Via BroadwayWorld.com}

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