Thank God! After all the anticipation, we were worried that The Book of Mormon -- written by hometown boys Matt Stone and Trey Parker -- wouldn't live up to the hype, and we'd be disappointed by their Broadway show on this first stop on its road tour.
But Mormon is a godsend, and gets a rave in this review by Juliet Wittman.
In her comment, Cheryl raves about it, too:
This was a fabulous show. From sick and twisted minds comes fabulous theater.
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But not all were as lucky in getting tickets. Says Becky:
Wouldn't know. Wasted an entire Saturday trying to get tix. Why such a short run in the home state?
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Take heart in the fact that Mormon will be back in October 2013. And in the meantime, the lottery continues, with 24 seats for each sold sold for $25 each to winners of a lottery that starts two and a half hours before each production; line up outside the Ellie.