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Details of The Book Of Mormon El Paso Tickets and the Ticket Luck value
Critically acclaimed Broadway production of the Book of Mormon is on tour once again. This time the Tony Award winning musical will be making its way to the Plaza Theatre in El Paso, Texas. Watch the comical religious satire as it prepares to entertain audiences soon.
Early Years & Music Development
The Book of Mormon made its way to theatres in March, 2011 after nearly 7 years of planning and development. Conceived by Matt Stone, Robert Lopez and Trey Parker (creators of the Primetime Emmy Award winning animated series, 'South Park') the Book of Mormon received a massive critical response upon its premiere run. With each ticket selling for as much as $477, the musical became the most watched Broadway event of the year.
The Book of Mormon's Music Score
In the same year as its premiere, a theatre album comprising original compositions, 'Hello', 'You and Me', 'Turn It Off', 'I Am Here For You' and 'Man Up' including others was released. It reached the third place on the Billboard 200, making it the highest reaching Broadway record to be released in over 40 years. It also won a Grammy Award in the category of 'Best Musical Theater Album.' Listen to the heartwarming music that has captured the hearts of thousands of theatre enthusiasts.
Live in El Paso
The Book of Mormon is a comical satire about two optimistic and naïve Mormon missionaries who travel to a remote Ugandan village to preach their religion. However, what seems like a regular task becomes a journey full of difficulties and obstacles as they suffer the wrath of a brutal Ugandan warlord, famine, poverty, AIDS and much more. Those interested in watching the play should get the Book of Mormon El Paso tickets now.