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The national touring production of Book of Mormon will not hide its light under a well-financed bushel, instead they've announced a limited number of tickets will be released for $25 a seat before each performance.
That's great news for Dallas fans of the nine-time Tony winning musical who couldn't afford tickets or season subscriptions as they went on sale.
Designed as a lottery, it plays out like this: Arrive two and a half hours before Mormon, write down your name and how many tickets you'd like to buy (1 or 2). At two hours til curtain, the names will be drawn. If you're one of them, you'll get to see Mormon on the cheap and with very little advance planning, you scamp.
The lottery has been such a popular addition to the still sold-out Broadway production that some shows have had up to 800 entries. (Don't be daunted, this ain't New York.) Do take advantage of the tour's hospitality and drop your name in that hat.
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Book of Mormon opens Wednesday, August 21 and runs through Sunday, September 1 at the Winspear. It was written by Trey Parker (South Park), Matt Stone (South Park) and Robert Lopez (Avenue Q).