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Book of Mormon: national tour

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The touring company for Book of Mormon starts in Denver at the Caulkins Opera House for a three-week run, August 14-September 3. Tickets went on sale this morning at 10 am and were sold out at 2:35 pm:

http://blogs.denverpost.com/runninglines/2012/01/22/the-book-of-mormon-ticket-sales-bog-website-frustrate-patrons/4960/

If you're in a city on the national tour, you might want to keep this in mind.

It took me two very long and frustrating hours going back and forth between the web site (which crashed constantly) and the phone lines (which were never available), but I did get two tickets, although not seated together. On the bright side, the pricing was comparable to the prices for West Side Story last month. I guess they didn't have time to put in place "dynamic pricing."

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With a 4 1/2 hour window between tickets going on sale and the "sold out" sign going up in the window, how much dynamism could they manage?!

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The touring company for Book of Mormon starts in Denver at the Caulkins Opera House for a three-week run, August 14-September 3. Tickets went on sale this morning at 10 am and were sold out at 2:35 pm:

http://blogs.denverp...e-patrons/4960/

If you're in a city on the national tour, you might want to keep this in mind.

It took me two very long and frustrating hours going back and forth between the web site (which crashed constantly) and the phone lines (which were never available), but I did get two tickets, although not seated together. On the bright side, the pricing was comparable to the prices for West Side Story last month. I guess they didn't have time to put in place "dynamic pricing."

The touring company for Book of Mormon starts in Denver at the Caulkins Opera House for a three-week run, August 14-September 3. Tickets went on sale this morning at 10 am and were sold out at 2:35 pm:

http://blogs.denverp...e-patrons/4960/

If you're in a city on the national tour, you might want to keep this in mind.

It took me two very long and frustrating hours going back and forth between the web site (which crashed constantly) and the phone lines (which were never available), but I did get two tickets, although not seated together. On the bright side, the pricing was comparable to the prices for West Side Story last month. I guess they didn't have time to put in place "dynamic pricing."

Please do tell us your impressions when you see the show, California!

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