The Book Of Mormon Atlanta Tickets

The Book of Mormon made its debut on Broadway in the year 2011 and became one of the very few shows to achieve cult status right from the very beginning. The play is now one of the most popular in Broadway history, breaking ticket sales records for the Eugene O'Neill Theatre where it premiered.

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The musical

It was a chance meeting that first brought together the creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Oscar winning songwriter Robert Lopez. Parker and Stone had had an idea about a play on the Mormon faith and together the three came up with the idea behind ‘The Book of Mormon.’

The story follows two Mormon missionaries who are sent to Uganda, Africa in order to recruit more members for their church and spread the teachings of their religion. However, the locals are more interested in solving the problems they face daily including poverty, disease and hunger. The result is a series of hilarious and poignant misadventures that give the protagonists something to think about.     

Its popularity

The show was very well received when it debuted in 2011 and as a result won several high profile awards. These include nine Tony Awards, five Drama Desk Awards, four Laurence Olivier Awards and a Grammy Award. If you want to see this amazing production for yourself as well, then book your Book of Mormon Atlanta tickets. Only then can you enjoy the play, live at the Fabulous Fox Theatre.

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