'The Book of Mormon' stars visit Wrigley Field for Cubs-Reds


While "The Book of Mormon" continues its tour in Chicago, two stars from the Broadway production were on hand at Wrigley Field before the Cubs took on the Cincinnati Reds on Monday.

CSN's Kelly Crull caught up with David Larsen and Cody Jamison Strand, both of whom took in the sights before throwing out the ceremonial first pitch and singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" and seventh-inning stretch.

"We're really excited to be here, especially as it's turning into springtime and everyone is excited for the Cubs," said Larsen, who stars as Elder Price in the religious satire musical. "We're just as excited to be here with "The Book of Mormon.""

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By the same token, Strand is relishing his stay in the Windy City and is looking forward to his first game at the iconic ballpark.

"Amazing," Strand said. "I've never been in this stadium before and I'm excited to experience a Cubs game."   

The musical will run at the Bank of America Theater through mid-May.

Check out more in the video above.