“The Book of Mormon” national tour is coming Oct. 29-Nov. 3 to the IU Auditorium and will be conducting a pre-show lottery ticket policy. The lottery ticket policy will mark down a limited number of tickets to $25
Tickets for students currently cost up to $59 and $125 for adults
Patrons should arrive two and a half hours early before each performance to enter their name in the lottery. They will write their name and if they want either one or two tickets on a provided card that will be entered into a drawing. Names will then be drawn two hours before each performance.
Lottery tickets are dependent on the number of non-lottery tickets sold beforehand. Winners must be present to claim their tickets.
“The Book of Mormon” was written by “South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone, as well as Academy, Grammy and Tony Award-winning songwriter Robert Lopez. The musical won nine Tony Awards in 2011, including Best Musical.
The musical comedy depicts two Mormon elders going on their mission trip to Uganda and trying to convert the citizens there to Christianity.
Non-lottery tickets can be purchased on the IU Auditorium website or at the box office.
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