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Book of Mormon Leaving Chicago October 06, 2013

The Book of Mormon will play its last performance on October 06, 2013 in Chicago. The producers of Book of Mormon officially announced on Thursday, confirming the departure. The final four weeks of the Bank of America Theatre engagement will be Tuesday, September 10 through Sunday, October 6, 2013.

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The Book of Mormon launched its Second National Tour at Chicago’s Bank of America Theatre on December 11, 2012 and will have played 43 weeks and 344 performances by the time it leaves Chicago on October 06, 2013. The Second National Tour will travel to Denver, San Francisco, Los Angeles and other cities in the 2013-2014 season.

The Book of Mormon will return to Chicago in the 2014-2015 season.

Tickets for the last four weeks of the Chicago engagement go on sale Saturday. Buy The Book of Mormon Bank of America Theatre Tickets Online.

The Book of Mormon Mismatched Elders Ben Platt and Nic Rouleau Interview

Ben Platt and Nic Rouleau work side by side in Book of Mormon eight times a week as the mismatched Elders travel to Uganda on their two- year mission. Now settled into their lengthy 11-month run in Chicago, both Rouleau and Platt are able to enjoy the ride. Breaking box office records for the Bank of America Theatre twice last December, the show grossed a record high $1,645,201 for one week of performances.

Ben Platt and Nic Rouleau interviewed by Grant Myatt at DePauliaOnline.com – Here is the Interview:

“There’s really nothing like performing this show for an audience, it’s such a rush and it really never gets old” said Rouleau. “I’ve been doing the show for over a year and a half now and I never dread going on stage…it’s always fun and feels like the first time.”

“The day before I was supposed to move I got cast (in Pitch Perfect), so I had to sit with my parents that day for a few hours and talk it through and decide,” said Platt. “It was a pretty easy decision I couldn’t really pass up, and Columbia was very understanding about deferral.”

“About a month before rehearsals were starting, my agent called saying that the creative team from Book of Mormon has heard about you through ‘Pitch Perfect’ and think you might be a good match for Elder Cunningham and they want to see what your take on it is,” said Platt. After going in a couple of times for the part he received the offer, ultimately choosing to put school on hold for “Book of Mormon.”

“I do love school and would consider myself a pretty academic person, but I just thought I’ll never regret taking advantage of these opportunities while they’re here,” said Platt.

“I always wanted to start my own company and start fresh,” said Rouleau. “I never got to sit down with the cast and build the show up from scratch…so it was really great to do a full rehearsal process.”

As a young performer, Platt has received insight on the industry from his father Marc, a Broadway and film producer.

“We are very careful about keeping our careers separate,” said Platt. “I certainly have been lucky to witness what it’s like from a business standpoint…I understand that it’s a commercial venture just as much as it’s an artistic venture.”

Transferring from the Broadway Company that is sold out for months in advance, Rouleau said he was a little nervous about how the Chicago audiences would respond to the “off-beat material.” Rest assured, Chicago audiences have pulled through.

“The show actually runs a little longer than it did in New York, and it’s us having to hold for their laughter and applause…it’s crazy,” Rouleau said.

Amongst the four different productions of “Mormon” in the U.S. and London, Rouleau said the Chicago Company is the youngest.

Read the complete interview {Via DePauliaOnline.com}

The Book of Mormon Chicago production is a huge hit. The Book of Mormon shows at Bank of America Theatre has been extended through September 8, 2013 which was first scheduled to June 2, 2013. Buy Book Of Mormon Chicago IL Tickets Online at discounted prices, SAVE $10 on ALL ORDERS of $350+, Use code: TICK13 at Checkout! Discount code expires March 31, 2013.

Book of Mormon Musical in Chicago Extends Through Sep 08, 2013

The Book of Mormon in Chicago has been extended through September 8, 2013 which was first scheduled to June 2, 2013.

For the new block of shows (June 4-Sept. 8), Tickets will go on sale at the Bank of America Theatre, 18 W. Monroe. on Monday January 7 at at 10 a.m. at all Broadway In Chicago box offices (24 W. Randolph, 151 W. Randolph, 18 W. Monroe and 175 E. Chestnut).

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The Book of Mormon Broadway in Chicago – Review

The Book of Mormon started for a long run in Chicago. Clint May reviewed the musical at ChicagoTheaterBeat.com. Here is the review:

Not only does The Book of Mormon have Matt Stone and Trey Parker’s trademark themes of the hilarities that evolve from cognitive dissonance, hypocrisy, blasphemy, religious absurdity, etc. mingled with their equally trademark over-the-top profanity and lampooning, it has something a lot of people overlook when discussing their work: an obvious love for their characters and an overriding theme of the power of friendship and loyalty. Without the foundation of Stan and Kyle’s enduring friendship in South Park, it’s doubtful America would have followed them through 200+ episodes.

f you’ve never seen Mormon missionaries walking two-by-two in their dark pants and tie with white shirt, Book of Mormon in hand, then the opening number, “Hello!” establishes perfectly what to expect.

The Book of Mormon makes a pointed observation about the nature of religion, doubt, and friendship.

Book of Mormon runs a gamut of traditionally styled numbers that mingle hilariously with the off-kilter lyrics that are more than the sum of their surface shock value. Grounded in a big heart that loves even as it skewers, it’s the kind of affection that anchors us for a carnival-style journey into the heart of belief that takes us to heaven even if we have to visit a “Spooky Mormon Hell Dream.” (easily one of the funniest scenes I’ve ever seen in a musical).

Read the complete review {Via ChicagoTheaterBeat.com}

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The Book of Mormon Review by ChicagoTribune

Chicago Tribune critic Chris Jones reviews “The Book of Mormon,” which opened at the Bank of America theater in Chicago on Dec. 19, 2012. He gave the show four stars.

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Book of Mormon at the Bank of America Theatre Sold out performances rakes in $1.493 million

“The Book of Mormon” pulled down a whopping $1,493,961 in its first full week of sold-out performances at the Bank of America Theatre, breaking the house record for that Loop venue.

That means “Book of Mormon” raked in more cash than “Jersey Boys” during any single week of its long Chicago stand.

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.

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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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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}

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The Book of Mormon’s Chicago Company Cast Update

Casting announced for the Chicago company of The Book of Mormon, the winner of the 2011 Tony Award for Best Musical and eight other Tonys. The Chicago production of the comedy by South Park honchos Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Avenue Q co-creator Robert Lopez, plays the Bank of America Theatre starting December 11, 2012 through June 02, 2013. It’s separate from the first national tour, which is currently at Los Angeles’s Pantages Theatre.

Nic Rouleau, currently making his Broadway debut as straightlaced missionary Elder Price (the role originally played on Broadway by Andrew Rannells, now of NBC sitcom The New Normal), will reprise that role here. Socially awkward Elder Cunningham (the role originated by Josh Gad, now of NBC sitcom 1600 Penn) will be played by Pitch Perfect’s Ben Platt.

Stephanie Umoh, a Theatre World Award winner for the recent Broadway revival of Ragtime, will play African ingenue Nabulungi, the role for which the Broadway cast’s Nikki M. James won a Tony. Two more leading roles will be filled by Chicago actors: Steppenwolf ensemble member James Vincent Meredith is Mafala Hatimbi, and Northwestern alum Jackson Evans (Drury Lane’s Hairspray and Spamalot) will play Elder McKinley.

Christopher Shyer, David Aron Damane, J. Casey Barrett, Tallia Brinson, Rob Colletti, Patrice Covington, Camille Eanga-Selenge, Jake Emmerling, Mike Evariste, Donell James Foreman, Bradley Gale, Eric Giancola, Darius Harper, Eric Huffman, Corey Hummerston, Eric Jackson, Emily Jenda, Nick Laughlin, Stephen Mark Lukas, J. Paris Alexander Nesbitt, Monica Patton, John Pinto Jr., Jon-Michael Reese, Travis Robertson, Cessalee Stovall and Hardy Weaver comprise the ensemble.

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