But take heart: There will be options closer to the production dates in July.
Individual tickets for wildly successful musical “The Book of Mormon” went in less than 2 hours when sales started at 10 a.m. March 20.
The irreverent and controversial musical about a group of Mormon missionaries facing trials, tribulations and culture shock in Uganda, has been a huge boon to the Morrison Center.
The musical is part of the Broadway in Boise subscription package, so those tickets went first.
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“We’ve had our highest subscription rate we’ve ever had,” says box office assistant Ali Hege.
Then there were group sales and a special pre-sale for Morrison Center members.
More tickets may go on sale as it gets closer to the performance dates of July 21-26. The best way to track that is to sign up for the Morrison Center’s online newsletter.
The theater also will hold a ticket lottery before each show, similar to the lottery held during the run of “Wicked.”