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Book of Mormon is coming to Denver this month, and similar to other Broadway shows, a limited number of tickets will be available before each performance via a lottery.

But the lottery for Book of Mormon isn’t as easy as the online lottery for Hamilton was. Audience hopefuls will have to actually show up at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House in Denver two and a half hours before the show and enter the lottery on a physical card that they’ll fill out by hand. Entries can only be for a maximum of two tickets.

The drawing for a limited number of winners will occur two hours before the show. You must be present at the time of the drawing in order to win. Each ticket will then cost just $25.

In its third run in Denver, the wildly popular Broadway show Book of Mormon will play at The Ellie from June 13 to July 7. Due to demand, the show announced back in April that it was lengthening its run by one week longer than originally planned. Regularly-priced, non-lottery tickets are still available through the Denver Center for Performing Arts (DCPA) website.

Book of Mormon features music and lyrics by Trey Parker, Robert Lopez, and Matt Stone. Parker and Stone have Colorado roots and are also known for their Comedy Central TV series South Park.

For full lottery rules, visit the DCPA website.

Do you plan to enter the lottery? Do you already have tickets to see Book of Mormon? Tell us in the comments below!

Looking for an immersive theater experience? Check out DCPA’s special “Remote Denver” walking tour here!

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