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Photo: It looks like the wait for Book of Mormon tickets was worth it

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The online rush to buy tickets for The Book of Mormon nearly crashed the Denver Center for the Performing Arts servers and the show sold-out in five hours. But for those willing to brave the February cold, the wait for the highly anticipated show -- of which Denver is the first stop since showing on Broadway -- was worth it.

See the full Book of Mormon photo essay, shot on Sunday morning.

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