'The Book of Mormon' to anchor Morrison Center's 2014-15 season

April 18, 2014 

The Book of Mormon

A scene from "The Book of Mormon."

The first national tour of the blockbuster religious satire "The Book of Mormon" - from the creators of "South Park" - will spend a week at the Velma V. Morrison Center in the summer of 2015.

Here's an overview of the venue's 2014-15 season, which was announced this week:


Oct. 21-23: "Flashdance: The Musical" is by the screenwriter of the 1983 film about a Pittsburgh steel welder who dreams of becoming a professional dancer.

Dec. 2-7: "Jersey Boys" tells the story of Frankie Valli and the Four Season, one of the most successful pop groups in history.

Jan. 5-7, 2015: Lerner and Loewe's "Camelot" is about the legend of King Arthur and his fabled knights of the round table.

July 21-26, 2015: "The Book of Mormon" follows two Mormon missionaries to Uganda, where they encounter the realities of AIDS, poverty and violence. A successful mission may not be as easy as they expected.


Feb. 27, 2015: Celebrity chef Alton Brown's "The Edible Inevitable Tour."

March 17-18, 2015: "Mamma Mia."


Season subscriptions run $189-$287 for four shows, $140-$203 for three shows. Individual tickets go on sale about eight weeks before it opens. Renewals start May 5; new subscribers can get on a waiting list starting May 12 at MorrisonCenter.com or by calling 426-1111. New subscriptions will be processed in June.

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