The Book of Mormon at Adler Theatre

The Book of Mormon Tickets

Adler Theatre | Davenport, Iowa

The Book of Mormon

Gather your gang and your congregation and hurry up to the Adler Theatre this Saturday, March 30, for The Book of Mormon’s final showing here in Davenport, Iowa! Elders Price (Sam McLellan) and Cunningham (Sam Nackman) may not be two peas in a pod, but being stuck in remote Uganda, Africa, does bring out a strange sort of kinship between even the most polar of opposites. Join our misguided Mormon missionaries in 2 ½ hours of hilariously irreverent mayhem as they try to convert a tribe of atheistic natives, all while battling language barriers, cultural shock, warlords, and Star Wars quotes. Born from the twisted trinity of Trey Parker, Robert Lopez, and Matt Stone, the 9x Tony Award-winning musical comedy returns to the road for a nearly 30-city tour across North America this 2024, with direction and choreography by Jennifer Werner. Book your seats now and watch The Book of Mormon LIVE, magnificently backdropped by the Adler Theatre!

Over a dozen years ago, South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone joined forces with acclaimed songwriting playwright Robert Lopez to conceive the most transgressive comedy Broadway has ever known. Now, it’s back. BIGGER. BETTER. And BAUDIER than ever! Embark on the Tony Award-winning bandwagon of The Book of Mormon as it barrels down North America with reckless abandon, hitting nearly 30 venues en route. On the 30th of March, the tour’s stop in Davenport will cap off two days of side-splitting performances LIVE at the Adler Theatre!

“The filthiest, most offensive, and–surprise–sweetest thing you’ll see this year, and quite possibly the funniest musical ever."

Meet the most hysterical Broadway duo of all time in this 2 ½-hour tale of cultural mishaps and shameless shenanigans! Stranded in Uganda, Africa, Mormon Elders Kevin Price and Arnold Cunnigham must set their wildly conflicting differences aside for the sake of their mission — converting stubbornly atheistic natives through the Good Word. As hard as that sounds, it’s only going to get a lot harder for our not-quite heroes as they fend off a vicious warlord and deal with language barriers in increasingly hilarious antics. Will Star Wars and Lord of the Rings trivia save the day? Probably not, but come see it anyway!

Sam McLellan as Elder Price
Sam Nackman as Elder Cunningham
Keke Nesbitt as Nabulungi
Sean Casey Flanagan as Elder McKinley
Lamont J. Whitaker as Mafala Hatimbi
Trevor Dorner as Price’s Dad/Missionary Voice/Joseph Smith/Mission President
Dewight Braxton Jr. as General
Gideon Chickos, Jarius Miquel Cliett, Matthew Dant, Justin Forward, Craig Franke, Lars Hafell, Kisakye, Vance Klassen, Evan Lennon, Joey Myers, Trinity Posey, Thomas Ed Purvis, Michelle Ray, Kyle Segar, and Chelsea M. Smith as Ensembles
Bernie Baldassaro, DeVon Buchanan, Matt Cosco, Tianna Davis, Aaron Chancellor Gilmer, Eliah B. Johnson, Connor Olney, and Reynel Reynaldo as Swings

Trey Parker, Robert Lopez & Matt Stone - Book and Score
Jennifer Werner - Direction and Choreography
Scott Pask - Set Design
Ann Roth - Costume Design
Brian MacDevitt - Lighting Design
Brian Ronan - Sound Design
Stephen Oremus & Larry Hochman - Orchestrations
Stephen Oremus - Musical Direction and Vocal Arrangements
Josh Marquette - Hair Design
Carrie Gardner CSA - Casting
Glen Kelly - Dance Arrangements
Michael Keller - Music Coordination
Liz Caplan Vocal Studios, LLC - Vocal Consultation
Anne Garefino, Roger Berlind, Scott M. Delman, Jean Doumanian, Sonia Friedman Productions Ltd., Roy Furman, Stephanie P. McClelland, Kevin Morris, and Jon B. Platt - Producers
Stuart Thompson - Executive Producer

Debuting in 2011 to immediate widespread acclaim, The Book of Mormon broke ticket sale records and hoarded several wins during award season. Its accolades feature a GRAMMY Award for Best Musical Theatre Album, four Outer Critics Circle Awards, five Drama Desk Awards, and nine Tony Awards, including Best Book, Best Musical, and Best Original Score.

The show has grossed over $700 million across its several incarnations, which include a Helpmann Award-winning Melbourne run and an Olivier Award-winning West End replica. Now, its new North American tour continues the long-running legacy, with a special show set at the Adler Theatre — Davenport, Iowa’s iconic Art Deco performing arts venue equipped with first-class seats, acoustics, and lighting setups. Tickets for The Book of Mormon on Saturday, March 30, are out - buy yours now!

The Book of Mormon at Adler Theatre

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