The Book of Mormon
One of the greatest Broadway shows of the modern era has finally come to Sydney – don’t miss out!
Irreverent, sacrilegious, hilarious, damned catchy – The Book of Mormon ticks all the boxes and is coming to The Lyric Theatre at The Star, kicking off its season on February 28 and running until Sunday, July 15.
Trey Parker and Matt Stone of iconic television show South Park have brought the same scathing, cutting humour to musicals as they did their show.
Skewering religion, politics, and our own self-righteousness, The Book of Mormon is a parable of out times. All with good humour, of course.
The story tells the experience of a young Jehovah’s Witness Elder, Kevin Price, and his determination to bring the word of his God to a remote village in Uganda.
Unfortunately, things don’t go quite as planned with Price discovering more about his own faith, tested in the real world, and the world at large thanks to the myriad of incredible characters he meets along the way.
But don’t by shy when it comes to ticketing – seats will sell out faster than free meat pies at a sports game.
For more information, including performance times and pricing, head to the official website. Alternatively, contact our charming front desk and concierge service for assistance organising tickets.
The Book of Mormon will play at The Lyric Theatre from February 28 until July 15.
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