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Adam Levinskas
Adam Levinskas

Adam Levinskas is currently with Book of Mormon touring company playing a Mormon missionary (Elder Young/Neely) as well as Elder Cunningham’s father. Book of Mormon on tour is currently playing in San Antonio TX from September 17 to September 29, 2013. From here the tour production moves to Austin TX Scheduled to play from October 01 to 13, 2013.

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How did you get started in show business?

I grew up in St. Louis, Missouri. My sisters took dance classes several nights a week, so it was easier for my Mom to just bring me along. I think I was about six when I started taking class. One weekend a bunch of the moms were taking their daughters to audition for The St. Louis MUNY and I tagged along. I marched in place and belted out “You’re a Grand Old Flag” at the top of my lungs and, to my delight and surprise, ended up being cast in the children’s ensemble of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella. I became addicted to performing almost instantaneously. I went on to do shows at The MUNY and other local theaters for many years to come.

How is it working with The Book of Mormon company?

The cast and crew of this production are absolutely incredible. The amount of talent and creativity on stage and behind the scenes is overwhelming. I’m fairly new to the company. I actually joined the tour about 6 weeks ago, and it has been nothing short of a dream come true. I remember seeing “The Book of Mormon” on Broadway when it first came out in 2011 and thinking it was the most hilarious show I had ever seen. I wanted to be a part of it SO badly. So, I still have these moments where I’m like “Whoa I’m really here. This is really happening.” I feel so lucky that I can go to work every day and be a part of such an important, culturally relevant piece of theater that makes people laugh and cry and sometimes gasp in horror and encourages people to think about faith, religion, and the human experience a little differently. It’s awesome.

What connection do you have to San Antonio?

San Antonio holds a special place in my heart because as a kid it was my first family vacation, and the first time I left St. Louis. My family made it an annual thing and we’d drive down in 2 days stopping overnight in Oklahoma City. We’d always visit The Alamo and The River Walk and The Ripley’s Believe it or Not. It’s also were my lifelong obsession with Tex Mex cuisine started. To this day it’s still my favorite.

Tell us a little bit about the show.

“The Book of Mormon” It’s a religious satire which focuses on two young, mismatched Mormon missionaries Elder Price and Elder Cunningham (brilliantly portrayed by Mark Evans and Christopher John O’neill) as they journey to Uganda and learn a little bit about the world, themselves, and what they believe.

What is your character in the show?

I play a Mormon missionary (Elder Young/Neely) as well as Elder Cunningham’s father. I also show up as Jesus and the ghost of Adolf Hitler. So, it’s definitely a wild ride.

What do you like about being on tour?

I love traveling and getting to see parts of the United States that I maybe haven’t seen or don’t get to see often. I love trying local delicacies and restaurants, making new friends as well as seeing old friends who live in some of the cities we’re traveling to. One great thing about this tour’s schedule is that we get to escape a couple months of the cold in Florida!

What don’t you like about being on tour?

The only downfall about being on tour is that you are away from your friends and the people you love. Some of us in the cast have relationships back home and it means making long-distance work. It’s 2013 though so with iPhones, and Facetime and Skype long-distance isn’t what it used to be. It is true that ‘distance makes the heart grow fonder.’ Love will prevail.

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Grey Henson will Join The Book of Mormon Tour as Elder McKinley

Grey Henson will play Elder McKinley in “Book of Mormon,” nominated for 9 Tony awards, including best musical. The Book of Mormon national tour will feature a Macon-grown star.

Grey Henson will play Elder McKinley in Book of Mormon Tour
Grey Henson will play Elder McKinley in Book of Mormon Tour

“The Book Of Mormon” is a satire about Mormon missionaries in Uganda. Henson starts rehearsing Monday. He says his character “is a closeted homosexual, and that’s a big no-no in the church.”

Henson comes from a musical family. His dad, Johnny Henson, taught Grey his first few songs. His mom, Paige Henson, knew Grey was meant for stardom when he was only six years old.

“I remember him singing ‘Help Me Rhonda.” That just comes to my mind,” says Johnny. Paige is convinced he’s taking broadway by storm to meet a bigger star.

In “The Book of Mormon,” the 22-year-old sings ‘Turn it Off.’ To get into character.

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Book of Mormon First National Tour Cast Update

Book of Mormon Tour Will Star Jared Gertner, Samantha Marie Ware, Kevin Mambo and More. Jared Gertner will star as Elder Cunningham, the role of a Mormon missionary originated by Josh Gad on Broadway. He will appear alongside the previously announced Gavin Creel, who will play Elder Price, the role originated by Andrew Rannells.

Gertner is appearing in “Mormon’s” Broadway production at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre, having succeeded Gad, who left the show this month.

Rounding out the touring cast will be Samantha Marie Ware as Nabulungi, the role that won Nikki M. James a Tony on Broadway; Grey Henson as Elder McKinley, played on Broadway by Rory O’Malley; and Kevin Mambo as Mafala Hatimbi, played by Michael Potts on Broadway.

The Book of Mormon first national tour kicks off in Denver in August and comes to Los Angeles at the Pantages Theatre in September. Book of Mormon First National Tour is set to run at the Pantages Theatre for a 12-week engagement from Sept. 5 to Nov. 25.

A second national tour of “Mormon” will start in Chicago in December (December 11, 2012 to March 03, 2013), with a different cast that hasn’t been announced.

“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.

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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