'The Book of Mormon' breaks another Denver record

'The Book of Mormon' Company. Photo by Joan Marcus.
The Book of Mormon national touring production completed its third visit to Denver on Sunday. Photo by Joan Marcus.

The national touring production of The Book of Mormon has broken its own house record in Denver for the week ending Sept. 13 at the Ellie. The production, which completed its third visit to Denver in three years on Sunday, grossed $1,585,945 for a standard eight-performance week. The Book of Mormon first broke the record the week of Aug. 16, 2015.

The various national The Book of Mormon tours have broken 86 house records in 44 venues across the country.  At Broadway’s Eugene O’Neill Theatre, The Book of Mormon has broken the house record 50 times.

The Book of Mormon broke house records during the last Denver engagement in 2013 and currently holds the all-time record at The Buell Theatre for the highest weekly gross (for an eight-show performance week) for the week ending Nov. 24, 2013, during which the show grossed $1,993,690.

In addition, The Book of Mormon currently holds the all-time single ticket on-sale record for the DCPA with more than 38,000 tickets sold on June 10, 2013. The record was previously held by the 2012 on-sale for the national tour launch in Denver. 

Selected previous NewsCenter coverage of The Book of Mormon:
Gabe Gibbs’ anthem day with the Denver Broncos
Q&A with The Book of Mormon creators
Announcing the daily Book of Mormon ticket lottery
The Book of Mormon breaks all-time Buell box-office record

The Denver Center for the Performing Arts is a not-for-profit organization.


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