The Book of Mormon 2021 tour cast announced as show hits the road again

The Book Of Mormon cast. Picture: Paul Coltas

The Book of Mormon tour cast has been confirmed as the show returns to the road this autumn.

The Book of Mormon is the award-winning Broadway Musical from the creators of South Park Trey Parker and Matt Stone together with the composer of Avenue Q, Robert Lopez.


The comedy musical follows two Mormon missionaries in their attempts to convert the citizens of a remote Ugandan village to Mormonism.

A touring production first began performances in 2019 before a forced pause due to the pandemic. Performances will resume in Cardiff in October.

The Book of Mormon tour cast

The cast of The Book of Mormon on tour is led by Robert Colvin as Elder Price, Conner Peirson as Elder Cunningham and Aviva Tulley as Nabulungi.

They’re joined by Jordan Lee Davies, Ewen Cummins, Johnathan Tweedie and Thomas Vernal.

The full company on tour includes Loren Anderson, Jed Berry, David Brewis-Scott, Sanchia Amber Clarke, Tre Copeland-Williams, Tom Dickerson, Chanel Edwards-Frederick, Patrick George, Tad Hapaguti, Daniel Haswell, Evan James, Darren John, Michael Lewis, George Littell, Nicole Louise, Fergal McGoff, Ben Middleton, Sasha Monique, David Perkins, Rory Shafford, Chomba S. Taulo, Sharon Wattis and Jacob Yarlett.

The Book of Mormon tour tickets and venues »

The The Book of Mormon tour will resume on 12 October 2021, opening at the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff before dates in Dublin, Manchester, Glasgow, Norwich, Southampton, Amsterdam, Leeds, Aberdeen, Newcastle, Liverpool, Nottingham and Edinburgh.

Alongside the tour, the musical will continue to play at London’s Prince of Wales Theatre with performances resuming in November.

Directed by Casey Nicholaw and Trey Parker, The Book of Mormon has choreography by Casey Nicholaw, set design by Scott Pask, costume design by Ann Roth, lighting design by Brian MacDevitt, sound design by Brian Ronan, orchestrations by Larry Hochman and Stephen Oremus and music supervision and vocal arrangements by Stephen Oremus.

Picture credit: Paul Coltas

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