Believe: ‘The Book of Mormon’ returns to Seattle

  • By Theresa Goffredo
  • Tuesday, March 5, 2013 2:22pm
  • Life

Back by popular demand, “The Book of Mormon” returns to The Paramount Theatre next July, it was announced Tuesday.

Performances are July 22 through Aug. 10, 2014. The blockbuster musical played a record-breaking two-week run at The Paramount in January.

Subscribers to the 2013/14 KeyBank Broadway at The Paramount season will have first access to purchase tickets on March 5, 2013. A public on sale date is to be determined.

“The Book of Mormon” was written by “South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone along with Robert Lopez, who created “Avenue Q.”

“The Book of Mormon” is an irreverent romp through the history of Mormonism as two new Mormon missionaries learn the hard way about spreading the word of Joseph Smith in a poverty-drenched village in Africa overseen by an evil warlord. The musical score contains such hits as “I Believe” and “Turn it Off.”

Season subscriptions start at $135.75 and can be by phone at 888-451-4042 or online at..

www.STGPresents.org/Broadway“>STG Presents

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