How To Find The Cheapest The Book Of Mormon Tickets + Rush, Lottery, Face Value Options


Where to Find The Book Of Mormon Tickets

Primary market tickets for The Book of Mormon are available via Ticketmaster, and start as low as $99.

The Book of Mormon appears to be 50% or less sold out on the primary market through September, with tickets starting as low as $79 in the Mezzanine. 

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The show is a parody of Mormon beliefs and practices, but in the end shows the power of love and service.

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The Book Of Mormon Schedule & Run Dates

The Book of Mormon premiered March 24, 2011 at the Eugene O’Neill Theater, and in July 2019 became the 14th- longest-running Broadway show. in history The Eugene O’Neill Theater is dark on Mondays, and show plays at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and at 2 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. There is no Wednesday matinee.

The Book Of Mormon Show Details & Reviews

The Book of Mormon is a musical comedy tracing two Mormon missionaries who try to preach to a remote African village. The missionaries are generally ignored as villagers are focused on more pressing issues from AIDs to famine to oppression from local warlords, but in the end, the villagers do buy into some of the missionaries' teachings and unite with the missionaries against the local warlords to make the town their own form of paradise.

The year it opened, the show won nine Tony Awards, including best musical, and a Grammy for Best Musical Theater Album. The Mormon church was aloof with regard to the show.

The Book of Mormon was the brainchild of South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, who partnered with Avenue Q’s Robert Lopez.

The show got rave reviews when it opened, including this gem from the Huffington Post in previews: “Is it as subversive as South Park? Unequivocally, The Book of Mormon is pee-in-pants funny, outrageous, shocking, which you’d expect. What you might not have seen coming are energetic and elaborate dancing, catchy tunes, insight into the nature of faith and the American hubris of spreading our brand of magic and lies all over the globe.”

New York Times reviewer Ben Brantley was equally as ebullient: “I am here to report that a newborn, old-fashioned, pleasure-giving musical has arrived at the Eugene O’Neill Theater, the kind our grandparents told us left them walking on air if not on water. So hie thee hence, nonbelievers (and believers too), to “The Book of Mormon,” and feast upon its sweetness.”

Eugene O'Neill Theatre Seating Chart + Details

The Eugene O’Neill Theatre is a Broadway Theater located at 230 West 49th Street in New York City. It seats 1,102, and opened in 1925 as the Forrest Theater. The venue changed hands several times and was renamed the O’Neill in honor of the American Playwright. It is now part of the Jujamcyn Theater company.

The theater has seating in the Orchestra, Mezzanine and Box sections, and three standing-room areas behind the Orchestra sections. 

Eugene ONeill Theatre Seating Chart

Wheelchair-Accessible Options

The theater offers wheelchair-accessible seating in the Orchestra section. There are no steps leading into the theater or the Orchestra section. There are 25 steps between the Orchestra and Mezzanine sections and two steps between Mezzanine rows. There is no elevator or escalator in the theater.

Patrons with hearing loss can get information about options at www.tdf.org, and an open-captioned performance is scheduled for September 25, 2019 at 7 p.m. The theater also offers multiple options for vision- or hearing-impaired patrons, including D-Scriptive devices for the blind and I-Caption devices for the deaf.

Standing Room Option

Standing-room tickets are available for $27 one hour prior to curtain for sold out shows. Patrons can get these tickets at the box office.

Other Venue and Show Details

The Book of Mormon runs approximately 2 hours, 30 minutes and has one intermission. It is recommended that theater goers arrive 45 minutes before curtain, as the theater does security screening.

The show includes explicit language, and patrons aged 4 and up are welcome at the venue.

Restrooms are located one level down from the lobby, and an accessible rest room is available at the adjacent Time Hotel. There is no formal coat check available, but theater staff will check oversized bags at a cost of $3 per item. Drinks and snacks are available at bars on each level.

The Book Of Mormon Rush & Lottery Options

Rush

There is no general rush option for The Book of Mormon.

Lottery

There is a digital lottery.  Entries are accepted as early as one week before the desired show until 11 a.m. the day before the performance. The drawing is held at noon the day before the performance, and tickets cost $50, payable by credit card. Winners are notified by e-mail and must purchase tickets by 4 p.m. the day before the performance. It is likely tickets will be obstructed or partial view, and pairs may be split up.

Cancellation tickets may also be available through the cancellation line on the day of the show. Tickets are sold at face value.

The Book Of Mormon Discounted Tickets

TKTS

For theatergoers with flexibility, TKTS Discount Booths are a great way to see theater in New York City at affordable prices. Known for their iconic booth located around Manhattan, they offer discounts of 20% to 50% off face value tickets, and have limited availability of unsold tickets for purchase on the day of the event. TKTS Discount Booths in New York City, including the flagship location in the heart of Times Square, with booths at South Street Seaport and Lincoln Center. One extra benefit to using TKTS is that your ticket purchase does toward supporting the Theatre Development organization, which is dedicated to sustaining and sharing the arts and building audiences of the future.

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