The Book of Mormon opening night: What the ticket holders had to say
Lexi Strickland: It shows how musical theater is becoming more a part of our culture, that it's being accepted. This show is going to bring a lot of people that aren't necessarily musical theater people, but people who appreciate comedy.
Westword: How did you land tickets for tonight's show?
Cheryl Hansen: We're season ticket holders and it was part of our package. Plus I think we probably wanted to see it anyway; I've heard so much about it. I think it's going to be funny and thought-provoking. It will be an experience.
Westword: Have you been holding on to your tickets since January?
Chris Narum, Ann Marie Brown and Jeremy Make.
Ann Marie Brown: Yes. [Narum] waited in line for four hours, they ran out six people in front of him and he still managed to get them on his phone.
Jeremy Make: And then gave them to his best friends and didn't over-charge them at all.
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