Book of Mormon Sold Out For Denver Debut, But Tickets Still Available

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The Book of Mormon has come home a winner. The Tony Award-winning musical from Coloradoans Trey Parker and Matt Stone is sold out, according to Felina Martinez at online ticket retailer; but discount The Book of Mormon tickets are still available. The compelling yet highly controversial Broadway musical comedy debuted August 14, 2012 at Denver’s Ellie Caulkins Opera House to rave reviews.

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There’s no place like home, especially for the blockbusting Broadway musical, The Book of Mormon. Created by Coloradoans Trey Parker and Matt Stone, who also developed South Park, the show debuted in Denver, Colorado on August 14, 2012 to a packed house and rave reviews. Performances in the Mile High City are scheduled through September 2, 2012.

Tickets to The Book of Mormon musical are already sold out,” said Felina Martinez, manager at online ticket retailer “Despite this, we still have quite a few The Book of Mormon tickets for all upcoming performances, now available at exclusive discounts on our site. Theatre goers can save as much as $150 at checkout.”

“To access the exclusive discounts on The Book of Mormon tickets we now have available, customers can go to and click on The Book of Mormon link on the homepage – then select their tickets and type in “VOC2012” in the discount code box at checkout,” said Martinez.

The popular musical took home nine Tony Awards last year including Best Musical. No wonder. According to fans and reviewers alike, it is at once touching and sweet, joyous and funny. But, then it’s also rude, raunchy, racy, scandalous, vulgar and risqué – a pattern that is becoming par for the course from its inspired, albeit irreverent, creators who collaborated with Robert Lopez (“Avenue Q”) on the production.

The offbeat Broadway musical slash comedy continues to play concurrently at the Eugene O’Neill theatre on Broadway. The 24 scheduled performances in Denver are at the 2,225 seat Ellie Caulkins Opera House inside the massive Denver Performing Arts Complex, which has hosted many other top Broadway shows, including: Wicked, the Lion King, Jersey Boys, Les Miserables, and West Side Story.

Ellie Caulkins Opera House opened in September of 2005 and is named to commemorate a generous $7 million dollar pledge from the Caulkins family to renovate the theatre. The Denver leg is followed by an extensive Fall run of performances the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles.

The story itself involves two young Salt Lake City men who get posted to Uganda as missionaries to fulfill their religious duties as members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. What happens to them in poor, hungry, AIDS-plagued Africa is... well, R-rated.

To some reviewers, the musical is both revolutionary and classic, hilarious and humane, funny and obscene. Other critics have called it blasphemous, scurrilous and more foul-mouthed than David Mamet on a blue streak – yet with a heart and soul as pure and pristine as a Rodgers and Hammerstein or Disney show.

To shop for discount The Book of Mormon tickets for all upcoming performances, visit

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