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Tips For Getting Book Of Mormon Broadway Tickets

The Book of Mormon, winner of nine Tony Awards including Best Musical, is very happy to announce a lottery ticket coverage for its nationwide tour, which starts Tuesday, May 22, in the Ohio Theatre, also plays a restricted one-week involvement through Sunday, May 27. In Columbus, the production will run a pre-show lottery in the box office, which makes a limited number of tickets available at $25 each (cash only).

The exceptionally popular lottery to its Broadway production has brought as many as 800 entrances at a few performances. The producers of this Book of Mormon are very happy to provide cheap lottery chairs for every single town on the tour.

Entries will be accepted in the box office starting two and a half an hour before each performance; every individual will publish their name and the amount of tickets (1 or 2) that they want to buy on a card that's provided. Two hours prior to curtain, names will be drawn randomly to get a limited variety of tickets priced at $25 each. Just 1 entry is permitted per individual. Cards are checked for duplication before drawing. Winners must be current in the time of their drawing and show valid ID to buy tickets. The only accepted form of payment is money. Limit one entry per person and 2 tickets each winner. Tickets are subject to availability.

Book of Mormon's summertime operate in Denver long before it begins

Book of Mormon will currently play in the Ellie Caulkins Opera House from June 13 to July 8.

"Some performances ahead of the expansion do have limited accessibility," explained Heidi Bosk, a spokesman for the DCPA.

The Denver Center can also be developing a lottery to get a limited number of 25 tickets for each operation. Details about the lottery have to be exercised, according to a DCPA media release.