‘The Book of Mormon’ marks 10th anniversary on Broadway, returning in November

Performances will continue at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre from November 5.

Photo credit: Dave Thomas Brown as Elder Price in The Book of Mormon (Photo courtesy of The Press Room NYC)

The Broadway production of The Book of Mormon will resume its run this fall, making its tenth anniversary. The Book of Mormon will continue performances at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre from November 5. Find out more about The Book of Mormon tickets on Broadway here.

The Book of Mormon tells the fictional stories of Elder Price and Elder Cunningham, sent on a mission to Uganda to spread the word of the Latter Day Saints. The musical won nine Tony Awards in 2011, including Best Musical. Its original stars, Andrew Rannells and Josh Gad, were also nominated for Tonys.

Co-written by Trey Parker, Matt Stone and Robert Lopez, they said of the musical’s reopening: “When Broadway shut down, so many amazing and talented people were put out of work, many of whom had become family to us. As writers and as fans we are so ready for the “Great Broadway Comeback” and are so glad that our show can be a part of it."

Casting for The Book of Mormon on Broadway is to be announced at a later date. In March 2020, the cast included Dave Thomas Brown (as Elder Price), Cody Jamison Strand (as Elder Cunningham), Kim Exum (as Nabulungi), Stephen Ashfield (as Elder McKinley), and Sterling Jarvis (as Mafala Hatimbi).

The Book of Mormon is at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre from November 5.

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Photo credit: Dave Thomas Brown as Elder Price in The Book of Mormon (Photo courtesy of The Press Room NYC)