The Book Of Mormon at Benedum Center

The Book Of Mormon at Benedum CenterA big-hearted, irreverent and profane musical is headed your way! Coming this year, The Book of Mormon is set to return to Pittsburgh. This Tony Award-winning hit musical is ringing doorbells across the nation this year, and it includes a stop in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. A show called by the leading New York Times critic Ben Brantley as the “best new musical of the century,” you better not miss out on it. 

Brace yourselves for the lewd, crude, and downright naughty songs and antics along the way… The Book of Mormon is invading the Benedum Center Pittsburgh from the 27th of February to the 3rd of March, 2024. This show has it all – the laughs, the thrills, the tears, and the diseases! Be sure to catch it live when it comes to town for a very limited time. Tickets to see The Book of Mormon are on sale right here. Check out the schedule of shows below and hit the GET TICKETS button to secure yours!

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“Everything you should expect from a show by the heat-seeking rascals of “South Park.”” – Newsday

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The musical depicts the narrative of two mismatched Mormon missionaries dispatched to Uganda to convert locals to the Mormon faith. When the missionaries arrive in Africa, they discover a population dealing with poverty, AIDS, and violence. And as grim as it sounds, this show will make you laugh out loud before you wipe away your tears. It’s smart, it’s witty, and it’s nostalgic.

With a Grammy Award-winning score of 19 original songs that range from obscene to sweet, The Book of Mormon is sure to win over ‘mostly’ everyone (although you might not want to bring your local pastor along to see it!).

“Broadway hasn’t seen anything like it!”- Variety

“Silly, soulful and (no surprise with these guys) seriously rude!” – New York Daily News

“One of the most joyously acidic bundles Broadway has unwrapped in years.” – Washington Post

“A fiendishly well-crafted, hilariously smart – or maybe smartly hilarious – song-and-dance extravaganza.” – New York Post

The cast of the national tour of The Book of Mormon includes Sam McLellan as Elder Price, Sam Nackman as Elder Cunningham, Keke Nesbitt as Nabulungi, Sean Casey Flanagan as Elder McKinley, Lamont J. Whitaker as Mafala Hatimbi, Trevor Dorner as Missionary Training Center Voice/Price’s Dad/Joseph Smith/Mission President, and Dewight Braxton Jr. as General. The Ensemble features, Gideon Chickos, Jarius Miquel Cliett, Matthew Dant, Justin Forward, Craig Franke, Lars Hafell, Kisakye, Vance Klassen, Evan Lennon, Joey Myers, Trinity Posey, Thomas Ed Purvis, Michelle Ray, Kyle Segar, and Chelsea M. Smith. Swings for the tour include Bernie Baldassaro, Devon Buchanan, Matt Cosco, Tianna Davis, Aaron Chancellor Gilmer, Eliah B. Johnson, Connor Olney, and Reynel Reynaldo.

This production features book, music and lyrics by Trey Parker, Robert Lopez and Matt Stone – the creators of South Park. The Broadway production is directed by Parker and two-time Tony Award winner Casey Nicholaw and choreographed by the latter. The tour is directed and choreographed by Jennifer Werner based on the original Broadway direction and choreography. Set design is by three-time Tony Award winner Scott Pask, costume design is by Tony Award winner Ann Roth, lighting design is by five-time Tony Award winner Brian MacDevitt, sound design is by two-time Tony Award winner Brian Ronan, and hair design is by Josh Marquette. Orchestrations are by Tony Award winner Larry Hochman and two-time Tony Award winner Stephen Oremus. Music supervision and vocal arrangements are by Stephen Oremus. Casting is by Carrie Gardner.

“An upbeat, even sentimental musical that combines Rodgers & Hammerstein, “Les Miz”-style powerhouse ballads and tap dancing.” – am New York

“A screamingly funny yet sharply insightful full-length take on religion in general and Mormonism in particular.” – Backstage

The Book Of Mormon has broken the house record at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre more than fifty times since it opened on March 24, 2011 – making it one of the most successful Broadway productions ever. It won five Drama Desk Awards, including Best Musical, the NY Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Musical, the Drama League Award for Best Musical, and four Outer Critics Circle Awards, including Best Musical. It also won nine Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and the Grammy for Best Musical Theatre Album.

The West End production defied expectations and broke the record for the biggest single day of sales in West End history upon its premiere in February 2013. Itwent on to win four Olivier Awards, including Best New Musical. After winning ‘Best Theatre Show’ at the Manchester Evening News City Life Awards, the inaugural UK and European tour began in Manchester in June 2019 and proceeded around the UK and Europe.

To this day, The Book of Mormon is twelve years and counting on Broadway and close to a decade on tour. Having performed for over 19 million fans all over the world, it’s no secret that this is one of the best Broadway shows you will ever see. If you have never been to a performance, this is finally your chance. And if you’ve ever been to a show in the past, then you know it’s a show worth coming back to. So, go ahead and score your tickets now!

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“Topical and effective satire.” – Backstage

“It is meticulously cast and everyone shines.” – NY1

The Book of Mormon is suitable for audiences aged 18 and above. The show will run for 2 hours and 30 minutes, including one 15-minute intermission. If you wish to attend the show, it’s always a great idea to book your tickets in advance. Tickets may sell out soon, so be quick!