See the Book of Mormon at The Kennedy Center in Washington DC

Hailed as one of the most successful Broadway musicals of all time, The Book of Mormon is bound to be a big hit when it comes to The Kennedy Center in Washington DC this year. A winner of nine Tony Awards, this musical comedy is so side splittingly funny it’ll have you laughing right out of your seats. Created from South Park masterminds Trey Parker and Matt Stone, along with Oscar-winning compose Bobby Lopez (of Frozen and Avenue Q fame), this show is one you won’t be able to stop talking about. For those unfamiliar with the story, The Book of Mormon follows an unlikely missionary duo who are sent around the globe to spread the word of God. This international sensation is beloved for its comedy, music and characters – and now is your chance to see what everyone is talking about. From June 16 until August 16, The Book of Mormon will be performing evening shows (7:30pm) from Tuesday-Sunday, and weekend matinees at 1:30pm. The two and a half hour show features one intermission, and ticket prices range from $43 to $250. With tickets on sale now, you don’t want to miss your chance to see one of Broadway’s most successful shows before it leaves Washington DC. Now is your chance to catch great seats to this show and join the conversation. From the stages of Broadway and London to its touring show, The Book of Mormon is one of the most fantastical pieces of musical comedy of the century – become part of the legend when it rolls through Washington DC this season, and enjoy theatre in Washington DC today.

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