Orpheum Theater San Francisco | San Francisco, California
If you love high-quality theatrical productions, then you can’t lose-out when The Book of Mormon brings their unrivalled talent and incredible individuality back to San Francisco, California to perform live on the breathtaking Orpheum Theatre stage. The Book of Mormon follows the story of two missionaries who are sent from Salt Lake City to preach in a remote Ugandan village. Written by Stone, Parker and Avenue Q's co-creator Robert Lopez, the performance is directed by Parker and Casey Nicholaw. The Broadway musical won nine Tony awards last year! So if you want the very best in musical theatre, then you want to visit the Orpheum Theatre for their latest show, the Grammy Award Winning, The Book of Mormon, live! Click the Buy Tickets button now and order yourself the best seats in the house for this event!
The Book of Mormon, brought to you by the creators of South Park has been awarded nine Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album. Grossing over $500 million, it is one of broadways most successful musicals and you too can watch it live at Orpheum Theatre in San Francisco. The book of Mormon will have you weeping with laughter, join two budding Mormon missionaries as they dive into the deep dark heart of Africa to a distant village in Uganda where they are immediately robbed by soldiers of a local warlord, General Butt-Fucking Naked. “This parody isn't reality, and it's the very distortion that makes it appealing and often very funny” – Michael Otterson, the head of Public Affairs for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The two Missionaries, determined to succeed where previous missionaries have failed, begin teaching the villagers about Joseph Smith through a song that begins as a tribute to Smith but eventually descends into a science fiction fantasy involving Hobbits, Star Wars and a small green frog… But how will they save the village when the murderous General comes for his mutilated female genitals? Buy your tickets and come and watch The Book of Mormon at Orpheum Theatre to find out!