THE BOOK OF MORMON Breaks Chicago, San Francisco Box Office Records
THE BOOK OF MORMON, winner of nine 2011 Tony Awards including Best Musical, has broken the house records in three different cities for the week ending December 30, 2012.
On Broadway, THE BOOK OF MORMON broke the house record at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre (230 West 49th Street) for the 43rd time, grossing $2,158,595.
The First National Tour of THE BOOK OF MORMON in its final week at the Curran Theatre in San Francisco, broke the house record for the 2nd time, grossing $1,607,677. The production began performances last night at the Keller Auditorium in Portland, OR, and continues on to Seattle, Des Moines, Minneapolis, St. Louis, Rochester, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Boston, Toronto, Cleveland and Washington, DC.
The Second National Tour of THE BOOK OF MORMON, which opened in Chicago on December 19 to rave reviews, set the house record for the 2nd time, grossing $1,645,201 at the Bank of America Theatre (19 West Monroe Street).
For more information about tickets for THE BOOK OF MORMON on Broadway and on tour, visit www.bookofmormonbroadway.com.
THE BOOK OF MORMON is the winner of nine Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Best Score (Trey Parker, Robert Lopez, Matt Stone), Best Book (Trey Parker, Robert Lopez, Matt Stone), Best Direction (Casey Nicholaw, Trey Parker), Best Featured Actress (Nikki M. James), Best Scenic Design (Scott Pask), Best Lighting Design (Brian MacDevitt), Best Sound Design (Brian Ronan) and Best Orchestrations (Larry Hochman, Stephen Oremus); the New York Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Musical; five Drama Desk Awards including Best Musical; the 2011 Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album; four Outer Critics Circle Awards, including Best Musical, and the Drama League Award for Best Musical.
THE BOOK OF MORMON features set design by Scott Pask, costume design by Ann Roth, lighting design by Brian MacDevitt and sound design by Brian Ronan. Orchestrations are by Larry Hochman and Stephen Oremus. Music direction and vocal arrangements are by Stephen Oremus.