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Discounted ticket lottery for ‘Book of Mormon’ at Heinz Hall

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
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Julieta Cervantes
The Book of Mormon Washington, D.C. November 17, 2017. The show will be offering a limited number of discounted tickets for the Pittsburgh shows.
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Julieta Cervantes
The Book of Mormon Washington, D.C. November 17, 2017. The show will be offering a limited number of discounted tickets for the Pittsburgh shows.

Want to see the “Book of Mormon” this weekend but don’t have your tickets yet?

Producers of the show are offering low-priced lottery seats for every city on the national tour, including Pittsburgh’s performances at Heinz Hall, Downtown.

The show, a winner of nine Tony awards, including best musical, is here through Sunday.

A pre-show lottery will take place at the box office, offering a limited amount of $25 tickets, according to a press release. Other lotteries in other cities have attracted as many as 800 entries.

Those interested can put in an entry for two tickets two and a half hours before each performance. Each entry is good for up to two tickets. Names will be randomly chosen two hours before the show starts.

Winners must be present at time of drawing.

Details: trustarts.org/production

JoAnne Klimovich Harrop is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact JoAnne at 412-320-7889, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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