If you are reading this, you surely know "The Book of Mormon" is coming back to Denver for a third time in 2015. The public on-sale date is 10 a.m. Monday, Nov. 25.
For any sized theatre company, hosting a web ticket sale for a high-demand show like “The Book of Mormon” is a monumental challenge. Everyone wants in, and they all want in at the same time. Under normal circumstances, an arts organization would rarely encounter the same kind of volume all at once.
Bruce Montgomery, the Denver Center’s director of Information Technology, has prepared the video above to help make the experience as smooth as possible for customers. And to explain how the whole thing works.
The link to buy online will be denvercenter.org. But remember, online is not your only option. To charge by phone (after 10 a.m. Nov. 25), call 303-893-4100. Groups of 15 or more should call 303-446-4829. Or come to the Denver Center Ticket Office, located in the Helen Bonfils Theatre Complex lobby.
"The Book of Mormon" has broken the house record at the Buell Theatre for the week ending Oct. 27, grossing $1,943,740.00 in ticket sales. The Buell opened in 1991.
The musical’s various national tours have broken 41 house records in 20 venues across the country. At Broadway’s Eugene O’Neill Theatre, the show broken the house record 45 times.
"The Book of Mormon" is back.
Opening Tuesday and running through Nov. 24 at the Buell Theatre.
Limited seating still available. Don’t get burned by scalpers. Call 303-893-4100 or go to the denver center’s home page
And don’t forget: The show will make 24 tickets front-row, $25 available to at least 12 members of the general public through a daily lottery before all performances. Details here.