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to 'The Book of Mormon'

UPDATE 10/1: And the winner is … Julie Linxwiler. Congratulations!

You can win two tickets to opening night of the national tour of “The Book of Mormon” (7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 3, Saroyan Theatre). The prize package includes dinner for two at Cosmopolitan Tavern and free parking for the evening. The contest is open only to members, donors and individual sponsors of The Munro Review. Tax-deductible memberships start at $5 a month, and you can make a one-time donation of as little as $3. (Paid memberships help keep the site running, and paid members get special members-only benefits. The Munro Review is an experiment of sorts to see if a community can support independent, local arts journalism.) A free membership option is available. For details on how to join, go to the Membership and Sponsorship page. No purchase, donation or membership is necessary to enter the ticket giveaway.

To enter this giveaway, leave a reply on this post below answering this question: If you had the choice of visiting Salt Lake City, Orlando or Uganda, which would it be? (Or if you’d prefer not to reveal your travel desires, just say why you’d like to see the show.) Deadline to enter is noon Monday, Oct. 1, The winner will be picked at random and notified by email.

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Comments (33)

  • Karan Johnson

    I’ve been to Salt Lake City so I’d rather go to Uganda. Never been to Africa.

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  • Stephen

    I won this package last time and it’s amazing! Two notes: Get to the Cosmopolitan early! They pack out on show nights. Also you MUST tell the server it’s a comp meal (just cuz the host knows doesn’t mean the server knows). Have a great time!

    *Please don’t enter me in this contest*

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    • Janice

      I would love to go to Uganda. I’ve read about young Uganda Rotarians who are helping their community and immigrants.I also love their incredible Art.

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  • Julie Linxwiler

    Imagine the beautiful colors, textures, and patterns you’d see in Uganda! There may be a small budding creative streak running through Salt Lake City if you know where to look, but it couldn’t compare to what Africa would dish up on every corner.

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  • A chance to see The Book of Morman again, plus dinner at the Cosmopolitan. What could be better!

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  • Catyl

    Orlando!

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  • Emily A

    Uganda- only one of the three I haven’t visited!

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  • Jerry Palladino

    Thanks for supporting the arts!!!!

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  • Patricia Hoffman

    Ooh. Such an offer! Hope I get to travel!

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  • linda sward

    I could see my sister if I go to SLC!

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  • DJBlair

    Uganda would be my choice…

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  • Jessica Chavez

    Salt Lake city would be the perfect place to visit after watching The Book of Mormon. With that said, I don’t believe I could pass up Disney World Orlando. Mickey here I come.

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  • Jennifermoney16

    Orlando!

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  • Cheryl Coddington

    I’ve been to both Salt Lake City and Orlando but never Uganda. They have numerous National Parks that I’d live to see!

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  • aaspjute

    Brigham Young said “This is the right place!” And I’m pretty sure he wasn’t in Uganda at the time. Might have been in Orlando. But I’m going with SLC on this one. 😎

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  • Candee Peters

    I just love to travel, but do not get to often, so I love going anywhere!!

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  • Stephanie Briones

    Orlando for the Disney World experience

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  • Danielle Shapazian Seaberg

    Well I’ve been to Orlando and I loved it. I would go again! However I’ve never been to Uganda or Salt Lake City. I have a better chance at going to Salt Lake City because my husband goes there for work sometimes. 🙂

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  • Kristy

    Salt Lake City looks amazing! I’ve been to Orlando and no thank you to Uganda.

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  • suehay74

    Orlando, I’ve been to Salt Lake City and it is a beautiful community. I really do want to go to Disneyworld, but if I end up in Uganda, I will be fine with that! I would like to win these tickets because my daughter(an aspiring actress) and I have listened to the soundtrack many times but we have never been in the same town together at the same time as “The Book” was playing to go see it. She and I are both pretty darn broke right now-she being a struggling actress-and I am changing jobs after a 6 month medical leave. Please, Please, let me have the tickets.

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  • Erick

    I would like to go to Uganda. I have never been to africa.

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  • Jeanine King

    Having read up on all three at Wikipedia.com (the font of all knowledge) and taking my current state of mind into consideration, I would opt for Orlando. Never been there or done that. Most of all, however, I would love to see The Book of Mormon!

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  • jaypparks

    Orlando, because I’ve never been.

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  • Joel Gurss

    SLC because from there I can visit my brother and sister-in-law in Park City. This show is so much fun — we’d love to see it again and have dinner at Cosmo’s.

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  • Tamara Tackett Dent

    Salt Lake City to see my cousin and the Amazon Art collections he helps to curate.

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  • IrisBad13

    I would love to see The Book of Mormon but just have not had the opportunity to see it.

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  • Ken & Carol Maul

    Orlando — and thanks for supporting the arts!!

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  • Madeline Lynes

    I would like to travel to Uganda!

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  • Brooke Welch

    I would love to travel to Orlando!

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  • Stefanie Lowe

    Uganda – I would love to see a new place but I would also more importantly love to go help the people there who need it.

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  • Amy Kohl

    Uganda sounds like an amazing place to have an adventure!

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  • Stacy A. Wood

    Uganda for me. Have been to both SLC and Orlando and I’m ready for an adventure!

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  • Patty Bennett

    Uganda! And thank you for keeping us informed.

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