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THE BOOK OF MORMON – AN INTERNATIONAL SMASH HIT
Following it’s phenomenal success on Broadway and across America, The Book Of Mormon is currently repeating its phenomenal success here in London.
The show is still selling out in its second year and becomes more popular the longer it runs. Advance booking is recommended for the best seats but tickets are usually available through Britishtheatre.com at short notice. Rumours abound that tickets to The Book Of Mormon are hard to get and ridiculously expensive, we can assure you that Britishtheatre.com can supply good seats at reasonable prices.
When tickets for The Book Of Mormon in London went on sales queues formed around the theatre and over £2million in tickets were sold on the first day.
The Book of Mormon won 9 coveted Tony Awards on Broadway and its cast album is the biggest selling cast album for the past forty years winning the Grammy Award for Best Musical Theatre Album.
WHAT IS THE BOOK OF MORMON ABOUT?
The Book Of Mormon is the story of two young Mormon missionaries who, as part of their induction to the Mormon church are sent to spread the word in war-torn Uganda. In a world, so very different from their own, they soon learn that the native Africans are far less concerned with religion than they are with famine, war, poverty and death. In the end the Mormons win over the locals with a comic blend of belief, faith and a liberal dose of science fiction
The Book Of Mormon is a musical about friendship, about faith and what happens when people honestly believe!
WHO WROTE THE BOOK OF MORMON?
The Book Of Mormon is a new musical comedy from the creators of South Park – four time Emmy Award winners, Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Robert Lopez, the Tony Award winning writer of Avenue Q and Academy Award winning composer of the animated film Frozen.
With its tongue planted firmly in cheek and a nod to classic Broadway musicals, The Book Of Mormon is a subversive, comical and yet strangely as traditional a Broadway musical as you are ever likely to find.
A MUSICAL THAT APPEALS TO EVERYONE BUT…
The Book Of Mormon is generating an enormous cult fan following world-wide as people of all ages submit to its humour and subversive take on the modern musical. Don’t come to this show expecting your traditional musical, it’s not, although it does borrow and lampoon many major musicals including The Lion King, The Sound Of Music, The King & I and many more.
That said The Book Of Mormon is not a musical for children nor for anyone who is easily offended. Parents should use South Park as a baseline for judging whether to take their children to The Book Of Mormon but please be aware that there is a LOT of swearing and profanity in the show.
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Elder Price – KJ Hippensteel
Elder Cunningham – Brian Sears
Elder McKinley – Stephen Ashfield
Nabulungi – Asmeret Ghebremichael
Mafala Hatimbi – Richard Lloyd King
General – Delroy Atkinson
Dean Maynard, Kelly Agbowu, Philip Catchpole, Christopher Copeland, Brendan Cull, Joseph Davenport, Jonathan Dudley, Harry Francis, Lydia Fraser, Tyrone Huntley, Reece Kerridge, Alex Lodge, Joshua Lovell, David McMullan, Tania Mathurin, Brianna Ogunbawo, David O’Reilly, Oliver Ormson, Sean Parkins, Stephen Rolley, Jacade Simpson, Rhys Taylor, Kayi Ushe, Elena Vincent, Rodney Vubya, T’Shan Williams.
Co-Director, Book, Music and Lyrics – Trey Parker
Book, Music & Lyrics – Robert Lopez
Book, Music and Lyrics – Matt Stone
Co-Director & Choreographer – Casey Nicholaw
Scenic Design – Scott Pask
Costume Design – Ann Roth
Lighting Design – Brian MacDevitt
Sound Design – Brian Ronan
Musical Director – Nicholas Finlow
In short, London audiences will be delighted to know that the all-singing, all-dancing, all-praying ‘Book of Mormon’ lives up to the hype. Original and irreverent, energetic and silly, it’s as fun and lightweight as a comedy musical should be – but thought-provoking, too: about religion, about belief, about how the privileged West views Africa. Parker, Stone and Lopez deliver gasps, laughs and vibrant new songs in the way that only great writers can. The result isn’t just great: it’s Mormonumental.
Andrea Mann, The Huffington Post [star rating=”5″]
At its best, The Book of Mormon is indecently funny…there are bursts of brilliant comedy, and it’s hard not to be swept along by its joie de vivre.
Henry Hitchings, London Evening Standard [star rating=”4″]
But while acknowledging that it is often damnably clever and sharp, I find it hard to warm to the show. I am the first to concede however that this is likely to be a minority view.
Charles Spencer, The Telegraph [star rating=”3″]
2011 Tony Awards
Best Book Of A Musical – Trey Parker, Robert Lopez and Matt Stone
Best Original Score – Trey Parker, Robert Lopez and Matt Stone
Best Featured Actress In A Musical – Nikki M James
Best Direction Of A Musical – Casey Nicholaw and Trey Parker
Best Orchestrations – Larry Hochman and Stephen Oremus
Best Scenic Design – Scott Pask
Best Lighting Design – Brian MacDevitt
Best Sound Design – Brian Ronan
2011 Drama Desk Awards
Outstanding Lyrics – Trey Parker, Robert Lopez and Matt Stone
Outstanding Music – Trey Parker, Robert Lopez and Matt Stone
Outstanding Book Of a Musical – Trey Parker, Robert Lopez and Matt Stone
Outstanding Direction of a Musical – Casey Nicholaw and Trey Parker
Outstanding Orchestrations – Larry Hochman and Stephen Oremus
2012 Grammy Awards
Best Musical Theatre Album
2011 Outer Critics Circle Awards
Outstanding New Broadway Musical
Outstanding New Score
Outstanding Director Of A Musical – Casey Nicholaw
Outstanding Actor In A Musical – Josh Gad
2014 Laurence Olivier Awards
Best New Musical
Best Actor In A Musical – Gavin Creel
Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical – Stephen Ashfield
Best Theatre Choreographer – Casey Nicholaw