The Book of Mormon

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The Book of Mormon
The Book of Mormon

The Book of Mormon

Running Time: 2 hours, 30 minutes
Intermission: Yes

About
Nine 2011 Tony Awards say it's the Best Musical of the Year. Vogue says, "It's the funniest musical of all time." And The New York Times says, "It's the best muscial of this century." The Book of Mormon follows a pair of mismatched Mormon boys sent on a mission to a place that's about as far from Salt Lake City as you can get!
 

Contains explicit language.

Standard Schedule
Schedule can vary by performance and is subject to change.
Monday: No Performance
Tuesday: 7PM
Wednesday: 7PM
Thursday: 7PM
Friday: 8PM
Saturday: 2PM & 8PM
Sunday: 2PM & 7PM

Critics' Recap
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Workshop Information
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Categories

Musical

Theatre

Eugene O'Neill Theatre

230 West 49th Street (between Broadway & 8th Avenues)

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Group Minimum

10

For Ages?

There is plenty of explicit language and adult content in this irreverent comedy. Best for older teens (with discretion) and fearless adults.

CAST

NIC ROULEAU - ELDER PRICE

Nic returns to The Book of Mormon on Broadway after spending a year abroad ringing doorbells at The Prince of Wales Theatre in London. He originated the role of Elder Price for the Jumamosi US National Tour, as well as serving as the original standby for the role here on Broadway. Other credits include Emmett in Legally Blonde (US National Tour) and Woody in Toy Story: The Musical (Disney). Television credits include Daddy's Boy in Tina Fey's Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (Netflix) and the 2012 Tony Awards (CBS). Education: Bachelor's of Music Degree, NYU Steinhardt.

CHRISTOPHER JOHN O'NEILL - ELDER CUNNINGHAM
Chris is thrilled to be making his Broadway debut! He joins the company after playing Elder Cunningham with The Book of Mormon First National Tour. Chris recently won the 2014 Helen Hayes Award for Best Lead Actor in a Visiting Production for The Book of Mormon (The Kennedy Center).

KIM EXUM - NABULUNGI
Kim is beyond excited and extremely humbled to be making her Broadway debut with such an extraordinary show! Kim is a Baltimore native and proud VCU alum, who's recent credits include For The Last Time (Off-Broadway), Central Avenue Breakdown (NYMF/DIMF), Seussical the Musical (National Tour), and Bull (CBS).

STEPHEN ASHFIELD - ELDER MCKINLEY
West End credits include: Bob Gaudio in Jersey Boys (WhatOnStage Award), Casey O'Brien in Boy Meets Boy, Emmett in Legally Blonde, Adam in Imagine This, John in Tomorrow Morning, Nick Piazza in Fame, Boy George in Taboo. Film/TV: Tim Burton's Sweeney Todd, Call The Midwife, The Royal Variety Performance 2008. Education: Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Royal Academy of Music, London.

DANIEL BREAKER - MAFALA HATIMBI
Broadway: The Performers, Shrek The Musical (Drama Desk Nomination), Passing Strange (Tony Award nomination, Drama Desk Nomination, Theatre World Award, Audelco Award) Cymbeline, Well.

DERRICK WILLIAMS - GENERAL
Derrick is thrilled to be joining the Broadway company of The Book of Mormon having come directly from the 1st National Tour. He was last seen in the Las Vegas Company of The Lion King playing the role of Mufasa. Broadway credits include Wicked (Fiyero), Aida, Swing.
 



CREATIVE


TREY PARKER - CO-DIRECTOR, BOOK, MUSIC, LYRICS
Parker wrote and directed his first feature film, Cannibal! The Musical, while attending the University of Colorado in Boulder. A few years later, Trey co-created the hit animated series “South Park” with Matt Stone (his college friend and Cannibal! producer). Debuting on Comedy Central in 1997 and currently in its 16th Season, “South Park” has won 4 Emmy Awards, as well as the coveted Peabody Award. The same year “South Park” debuted, Parker wrote, directed, and starred in the film Orgazmo.

ROBERT LOPEZ - BOOK, MUSIC, LYRICS
Robert is the Tony®, Grammy®, Oscar® and Emmy® winning co-creator of the smash hit musicals Avenue Q and THE BOOK OF MORMON. With wife Kristen Anderson-Lopez, he co-wrote songs for Winnie the Pooh (Walt Disney Animation Studios, 2011) and Finding Nemo: The Musical (playing at Walt Disney World since 2006) and the Disney Animation's feature film Frozen.

MATT STONE (BOOK, MUSIC AND LYRICS)
Stone met Trey Parker at the University of Colorado and together they made a short animated piece called, “The Spirit of Christmas.” This launched their most recognized work, the critically acclaimed and award-winning television show, “South Park.” The animated series is in its 16th season on Comedy Central and has won Stone 4 Emmy Awards and the coveted Peabody Award.

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