Once tickets to the Boise run of “ The Book of Mormon” went on sale to the public, it sold out in a matter of hours. It also generated brisk season ticket sales for the center’s Broadway in Boise series.
So, you might be out of luck for purchasing a ticket, but maybe you’ll have some at the ticket drawings before each performance.
Here’s how the lottery works:
Show up at the Morrison Center, on Boise State’s campus, two and a half hours before curtain. Fill out a card with your name and how many tickets you want, up to two. Drawings will be held a half hour later.
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You must be present to win and have a valid I.D. You can enter only once for each lottery. The number of available tickets for each show will vary. If your name is drawn, you pay $27.50 per ticket (no service fees).