Catch the Daring Must-See ‘The Book of Mormon’ in Chicago

TicketsatWork.com has your discount tickets to The Book of Mormon set to shock and entertain Chicago audiences this summer.

There are lots of extra laughs, hoots, and giggles floating across the Windy City this summer as the Tony Award-winning blockbuster musical “The Book of Mormon” continues its seven-week limited engagement in Chicago.

A winner of nine Tony Awards, including Best Musical, Best Score, Best Book, and Best Direction, the 2016 run of ‘Book of Mormon’ in Chicago is currently playing the PrivateBank Theatre until August 14.

TicketsatWork.com is offering a super discount on ‘Book of Mormon’ tickets for select dates. It’s a sweet deal for a show that is truly an international sensation.

A genuine smash-hit show on Broadway, “The Book of Mormon” features book, music and lyrics by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the four-time Emmy Award-winning creators of “South Park,” along with Oscar winner Robert Lopez (“Frozen”).

The satirical religious story follows the misadventures of a mismatched pair of young Mormon missionaries, sent halfway across the world to spread the Good Word.

It’s going to be a great summer in Chicago with the return of “The Book of Mormon.” The Cubs are good this year, too, so even more excitement in the city!

We know there are plenty of enjoyable things to see and do in Chicago (check out those on TAW, too!), but definitely make it a point to experience one of the best, and most popular, Broadway shows to come around in years.

But it’s only a 7-week run, and you just know tickets are going like hotcakes, so now is the time to get your show tickets.

Click over to TicketsatWork.com today and grab our excellent ticket savings!

Enjoy the show!

7/17 Sunday – 2:00PM, 7:30PM
7/19 Tuesday – 7:30PM
7/22 Friday – 7:30PM
7/23 Saturday – 2:00PM, 8:00PM
7/24 Sunday – 2:00PM, 7:30PM
7/26 Tuesday – 7:30PM
7/27 Wednesday – 7:30PM
7/28 Thursday – 7:30PM
7/29 Friday – 7:30PM
7/30 Saturday – 2:00PM, 8:00PM

The show is 2 ½ hours plus intermission.

By: Jeff Hyatt

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