The Book Of Mormon Appleton Tickets
Rolling Stone declares, “History is made,” New York claims that the show “resurrects the balls-out Broadway Musical,” and the NY Daily News calls it a “heavenly musical.” There is no dearth of accolades that this musical has collected in the short span that it has graced the stage. With the creators of South Park coming on as the brains behind the show, there is no surprise why this musical has fast become the most talked about production of this season. With music, lyrics and a phenomenal book by Trey Parker, Robert Lopez and Matt Stone, this Tony Award winning musical is now on tour. For a chance to catch the musical live, get Book of Mormon Appleton tickets now.
With a Broadway premiere in 2011 that left critics in awe and theater enthusiasts asking for more, the Book of Mormon has become one of the most loved and most talked about shows around. Currently, the show is in multiple productions, one of which is on tour in North America. On its way across the country, the tour will stop at the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center in Appleton.
The musical follows the lives of two missionaries, Elder Price and Elder Cunningham, as they set out on a journey to Uganda together. A twist of events leaves them penniless and shocked and the two cope with their problems as they learn to adapt to a life and culture that they were not prepared for.
The cast for the touring production includes Nic Rouleau as Elder Price and Ben Platt and Elder Cunningham. Both actors have gained acclaim for their portrayal of the characters and their performances have been called “a treat to watch.”
With a creative team that is more than capable of handling the sensitive issues of the plot, the Book Of Mormon is masterminded by Trey Parker, Robert Lopez and Matt Stone. All three are credited as co-creators of the super hit television show, South Park, and share a plethora of accolades such as Tony, Drama Desk, Grammy and Emmy Awards between them. To experience their masterpiece live, get Book of Mormon Appleton tickets now.