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Ben Platt Will Join The Book of Mormon Tour December 2012 in Chicago

Ben Platt will be joining the national touring cast of “The Book of Mormon” beginning December 11, 2012 in Chicago.

Created by “South Park” writers Trey Parker and Matt Stone, in collaboration with Robert Lopez, the songwriter from “Avenue Q,” “The Book of Mormon” made a splash when it hit Broadway in 2011, winning nine Tony Awards, including “Best Original Score” and “Best Musical.” Platt will play Elder Cunningham, played by Josh Gad in the original Broadway cast. He will perform alongside Nic Rouleau, who will be playing the role of Elder Price. Rouleau is currently in the Broadway cast of “The Book of Mormon” in the same role.

Zoë Miller of Spectator talked to Platt about his experience with musical theater, his process, and what it’s like being in a feature film.

What is your past experience with theater? How did you get to where you are now?
Ben Platt: I’ve been doing professional musical theater since I was nine or 10 years old. I used to do a lot of stuff as a kid, and then all through middle school and high school I would do a job here and there, whatever I could do while staying in school. And the movie was right out of high school.

What led you to audition for “The Book of Mormon,” specifically? How did the opportunity arise?
BP: So, during the fall I would go in for a few things here and there. Because of school I would only go for really big projects or things that would be really big for my career, not sort of everyday auditions. Otherwise, I wouldn’t be able to stay in school. What happened was, one of the people on the creative team saw “Pitch Perfect” and thought that my interpretation of my character Benji would be a really good match for Elder Cunningham in “Book of Mormon,” so … she had me come in, and I went through, I believe, three rounds of auditions.

How do you prepare for your various roles?
BP: For film and theater, your preparation is different, because for film, you’re kind of working towards one incident for each scene. You create each scene only once. For theater, you have to … sort of create this cycle that your body is used to where you can complete a full character’s journey any time, so, eight times a week, or however many times a week. My biggest challenge so far has been—apart from just finding the character and figuring out what my take on it is, because I’m a bit different from the guy that usually plays the character­—has been just the stamina, the cardio of it, because you can never really leave the stage. You’ve got song after song­—you don’t get a lot of down time.

Do you prefer being in films or in theatrical productions? Why?
BP: I certainly love the experience of the movie, and I can really appreciate the subtleties of it. But just because of, you know, growing up, and because I fell in love with theater from a really young age, I think that will always be my most favorite thing.

Were there any movies, shows, or actors that were really influential in making the decision to become an actor yourself?
BP: I’m not sure if it was actors, or more that I grew up and my dad was in the business. He, you know, would play us musicals in the car every day. So, I grew up sort of knowing all about … what’s a revival, what’s an original show, like all this sort of Broadway information you know if you grow up in New York. I think that was what set me on the track. I ended up being the only one that really wanted to stick with it—fell enough in love that I wanted to make a career out of it.

Read the complete interview {Via ColumbiaSpectator.com}

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Book of Mormon Ticket Lottery at all Cities on the Tour

The Book of Mormon national tour producers announced that a $25 ticket lottery will be offered at all cities on the tour. The musical continues its Los Angeles engagement through November 25 at the Pantages Theatre.

Two-and-a-half hours prior to each performance, individuals may enter at the theatre box office to win one or two tickets to the Tony-winning musical. The winning names will be drawn two hours before curtain. The $25 tickets are cash-only and may be anywhere in the theatre. No preferred seats, it’s all by the lottery only.

The Broadway production of The Book of Mormon draws large crowds outside the Eugene O’Neill Theatre for its ticket lottery.

Tony nominee Gavin Creel and Jared Gertner co-star in the tour of the Tony-winning hit that launched its U.S. tour in Denver CO, in August. “South Park” creators-writers Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Tony-winning Avenue Q songwriter Robert Lopez collaborated on the script and score to The Book of Mormon, which earned Tony Awards for Best Book, Best Score and Best Musical. The big-hearted, irreverent and profane musical traces the journey of two mismatched missionaries from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints who take the trip of a lifetime.

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Book Of Mormon Tour Update – 2012, 2013

The Book of Mormon will first launch its national tour August 14 to September 02, 2012 at Denver’s Ellie Caulkins Opera House.

Previously announced tour stops include the Civic Center of Greater Des Moines (January 24 to February 02, 2013) and the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis (February 05 to February 17, 2013). Mirvish Productions will bring The Book of Mormon to Toronto in May-June 2013. It will also play a five-week San Francisco engagement from November 27 to December 30, 2012.

Other cities included in the tour:
Pantages Theatre – Los Angeles CA (September 05 to November 25, 2012)
Keller Auditorium – Portland OR (January 01 to January 06, 2013)
Paramount Theatre WA – Seattle WA (January 08 to January 20, 2013)
Fabulous Fox Theatre-St. Louis MO – Saint Louis MO (February 19 to March 03, 2013)
Rochester Auditorium Theatre – Rochester NY (March 05 to March 10, 2013)
Fisher Theatre MI – Detroit MI (March 12 to March 24, 2013)
Benedum Center – Pittsburgh PA (March 26 to April 07, 2013)
Boston Opera House – Boston MA (April 09 to April 28, 2013)
Sheas Performing Arts Center – Buffalo NY (June 11 to June 17, 2013)
Palace Theatre Cleveland – Cleveland OH (June 18 to July 07, 2013)
Kennedy Center Opera House – Washington DC (July 09 to August 18, 2013)

with additional cities to be announced soon.

Book Of Mormon second national tour will play December 11, 2012 to March 03, 2013, at the Bank of America Theatre. Group tickets are now on sale for the Chicago engagement.

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Gavin Creel Joins Book of Mormon Tour in August

Gavin Creel, the Tony-nominated actor who starred in the 2009 Broadway revival of “Hair,” will trade in his love beads for the Holy Scripture when he joins the national tour of “The Book of Mormon,” which kicks off this summer, August in Denver.

Gavin Creel Joins Book of Mormon Tour
Gavin Creel Joins Book of Mormon Tour

Producers announced Thursday that Creel will star as Elder Price, the role currently played by Andrew Rannells on Broadway. Creel is set to play Elder Price, the bright-eyed Mormon missionary of ambiguous sexuality. Creel received Tony nominations for “Hair” in 2009 and “Thoroughly Modern Millie” in 2002. No other casting for the tour has been announced.

Book of Mormon tour starts Aug. 14 in Denver Colorado, then moves to Los Angeles before coming to San Francisco late this year. It will also hit Portland, Oregon; Seattle; Des Moines, Iowa,: Minneapolis; and St. Louis. A second national tour starts in December in Chicago.

The tour’s second stop will be at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood, for a 12-week engagement starting September 05, 2012. The musical has been a hit on Broadway since opening last year. It won nine Tony Awards, including the award for best new musical.

“The Book of Mormon” follows elders Price and Cunningham as they travel to a remote African village for their mission. The musical was created by “South Park’s” Trey Parker and Matt Stone, along with Robert Lopez of “Avenue Q.” Parker directed the show with Casey Nicholaw, who is also the choreographer.

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The Book of Mormon Coming to Denver in August 2012 – Tickets Update

The Book of Mormon, Hottest show in the U.S will play Denver’s Ellie Caulkins Opera House from August 14 through September 02, and many tickets have already sold via season ticket packages. But single tickets will go on sale later this month, and the short Denver run is expected to sell out quickly.

Single tickets for the Colorado run of “The Book of Mormon” will go on sale at 10 a.m. Jan. 22, Denver Center Attractions announced.

Book Of Mormon musical won nine Tony Awards, including musical, score and book. It was penned by hometown heroes (and “South Park” creators) Trey Parker and Matt Stone — with Robert Lopez, of “Avenue Q” fame — and the Denver showing is the debut of the show’s national tour.

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Book of Mormon May Debut at London’s Prince of Wales Theatre

The nine-time Tony Award-winning hit The Book of Mormon may be the next tenant of London’s Prince of Wales Theatre in 2013, according to the Daily Mail. West End Producer Sonia Friedman has announced a possible West End production in London by 2012. As of January 2012, it has been reported that it is currently in talks for the show to make a West End debut at the Prince of Wales Theatre by early 2013. The Book of Mormon had been previously reported for a London premiere in 2013 with Tony-winning Jerusalem and La Cage aux Folles producer Sonia Friedman attached. She is also among the producers of the Broadway run.

The Daily Mail reports that Mamma Mia! will exit the Prince of Wales Theatre for a run at the Novello theatre beginning in September. Another production will take up residence at the Prince of Wales prior to The Book of Mormon’s arrival there in early 2013. Talks are currently underway.

Representatives for the Broadway production did not have information on future London plans. “South Park” creators-writers Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Tony-winning Avenue Q songwriter Robert Lopez collaborated on the script and score to the musical, which earned Tony Awards for Best Book, Best Score and Best Musical.

The first North American tour of The Book of Mormon will launch August 14 through September 02 at Denver’s Ellie Caulkins Opera House, prior to a 12-week Los Angeles engagement at the Pantages Theatre Sept. 5-Nov. 25. The tour was originally planned for December 2012, but has been moved forward four months.

A separate production of The Book of Mormon will play almost three-month Chicago engagement at the Bank of America Theatre. It will play Chicago Dec. 11, 2012-March 3, 2013. This will be the show’s first North American sit-down production.

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