Mark Adams is the Web Editor of Las Vegas Weekly, overseeing the magazine’s EPPY Award-winning website. The satirical musical that mocks Mormons has finally come to Salt Lake City, starting a sold-out, two-week run Tuesday at a theater two blocks from the church's flagship temple and headquarters. It was announced today that the producers of the Tony-winning musical are offering a ticket lottery in each city during the production’s national tour, which kicks off right here in Las Vegas at the Downtown performing arts center. Twenty tickets will be available at each performance throughout the production’s four-week run, priced at $25 per ticket.

Lottery tickets will be for seats located throughout the audience until June 16 due to the seating of the Smith Center’s usual subscribers; thereafter, each ticket will be for seats in the first row of Reynolds Hall’s orchestra section. The lottery will open up at the Smith Center box office two and a half hours before each performance, and winners will be drawn two hours prior to the curtain. One entry is allowed per person, per day (though winners can purchase two tickets), and winners must be present at the time of the drawing with a valid ID. This is the first ticket lottery held at the Smith Center since the national tour of Wicked graced the Reynolds Hall stage in August 2012, which served as the premiere for the performing arts center’s inaugural, full-length Broadway Las Vegas series.

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