The Book of Mormon has been a huge hit on Broadway ever since it opened in March of 2011. The Broadway show created by South Park's own Trey Parker and Matt Stone is certainly crude and controversial, but that has not prevented it from winning an astounding nine Tony Awards, including one for Best Musical in 2011. Here’s a Book of Mormon tickets preview for several locations nationwide.
For the next show in New York City at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre (February 25th,) the average ticket price is $257 while the cheapest ticket you can get is going to cost you $149. As for the most expensive ticket that you can get, it is going to cost you $889 for seats right up against the stage. For the next week or so, the average ticket price is anywhere between $240 and $260, with a get-in price of $121-$158. Once March hits, ticket prices balloon up a bit to an average price between $290 and $300. Nonetheless, those tickets will decrease in price as we get closer to the show.
In Los Angeles, tickets are a little cheaper, with an average ticket price for Tuesday’s show of $237 and a get-in price of $81. That is pretty consistent with the remainder of this week’s shows, averaging anywhere from $185-$240 and a get-in price typically in the high $60’s.
The Book of Mormon is also taking place currently in Baltimore at the Hippodrome Theatre at the France-Merrick PAC. There is less quantity available for these shows, but the average price is typically around $300 or so with a get-in price around $180.
In early March, the Boom of Mormon will visit Proctors Theatre in Schenectady, NY. We will have a full ticket preview for their one week stop in Schenectady from March 11th to March 18th.