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Only 3 Weeks Left for Book Of Mormon

If you haven’t seen The Book of Mormon yet time is running out! The winner of 9 Tony Awards including the BEST MUSICAL is about to leave the Los Angeles Pantages Theater.

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Pantages Theater Address:
6233 Los Angeles Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028

How long is The Book of Mormon preformace Time:
The show runs 2hrs, 15mins and has one intermission.

BY: Chris M.

Win A Pair Of The Book Of Mormon Tickets

Pantages Book Of Mormon


Winner of nine Tony Awards “The Book Of Mormon” is coming to the Pantages Theater from Jan 22nd – May 11th and here is your chance to WIN a Pair of Tickets! Barry’s Tickets is giving away a pair of Book of Mormon Tickets for the Pantages Theater for the April 23rd performance.

Here’s how it works:
To Enter just hashtag #seethebook via Twitter, Facebook or Google+ (G+1) on the left side social icons (max 2 per day on each social network) or comment below. On Jan 10th, 2014 a random drawing will be held where one winner shall receive two tickets to the musical and four other contestants will receive $25.00 in Barry’s Bucks which can be used for Concert, Sports or Theater Tickets on www.BARRYSTICKETS.com.

The Book Of Mormon Los Angeles

Book Of Mormon

About The Book Of Mormon:The Book of Mormon is a theatrical production that is sure to be loved by some people, while offending others that are religious. But nonetheless, this religious satire on Mormonism will make any objective person laugh out loud. The music was co-created by Matt Stone and Trey Parker, the same two men who created the popular animated television comedy “South Park.” This musical story is about two youthful missionaries of the Mormon faith from Salt Lake City that are sent to an isolated village in the northern region of Uganda. When they arrive in Uganda, they come across a violent one-eyed warlord that is overpowering the local population with the threats of violence. The villagers lack their faith because many of them are overcome with AIDS and blame God for it. So, the missionaries have the idea that if they share their Mormon scripture with everyone then it will change their minds.

With all of the sad themes that are represented in this production, it is still portrayed in an entertaining and genuinely funny musical. Sometimes, Broadway productions try to force a laugh out of their audience. But with this production, they don’t have to force any laughter out of the audience. It is very hard to get affordable seats for this musical because they are usually all sold out. Later ticket buyers will have to go with the premium seats, which start at $299. But, at least you will have a closer seat to the live performances.

Even though there is foul language and blasphemous undertones in this play, it still has a magic to it that is as special as classics like “The King and I” or “The Sound of Music.” But since this musical touches about dark elements along with cheerful melodies, it could even be compared to Mel Brooks famous musical “The Producers.” No other Broadway show since “The Producers” has achieved so many laughs with so many dark undertones.

The Book of Mormon is great for any objective person who does not get offended by jokes that poke fun of religion or have foul language in them. For the traditional kind of Broadway attendees, they will likely be turned off by the humor in this play. It is written for a newer generation that believes in questioning faith and using graphic situations to gain a laugh. Overall, it is a play that everybody should see once because Mormonism is still a popular religion that is alive and well in America today.By:Chris Michaels.

Eligibility: This Promotion is open only to legal residents of the 48 contiguous United States and D.C. who are 21 years of age or older at time of entry. Void in Alaska, Hawaii and where prohibited. Employees and members of their households and immediate families (spouses, parents, siblings, children and each of their respective spouses) of the Promotion Entities (as defined below) and their respective parent companies, subsidiaries, and affiliates, and their advertising and promotion agencies and all local sponsors are not eligible.

How Winner will be Determined: The one (1) potential Winner (the “Grand Prize Winner”) will be selected in a random drawing from among all eligible entries on approximately Jan 10th, 2014, by an independent judging organization, and will be contacted on or about Jan 10th, 2014 . Judge’s decisions with respect to the Grand Prize Winner and other matters pertaining to the Promotion shall be final. The Grand Prize Winner may be required to sign an affidavit of eligibility and release of liability and publicity (where permitted), and return same, properly executed, within five (5) days of issuance of prize notification. If Sponsor is unable to contact the Grand Prize Winner within three (3) days from first notification attempt, if the Grand Prize Winner fails to complete and return all requested forms by the specified date, or if the Grand Prize Winner fails to comply with any of the requirements, his/her prize will be forfeited and an alternate Grand Prize Winner shall be selected. By entering into the Promotion, all entrants consent to the use of their name, photograph, likeness, biography, voice and/or video for advertising and promotional purposes, including online announcements, worldwide and without limitation and without additional compensation, except where prohibited by law. The odds of winning depend upon the number of eligible entries received.

The specifics of all aforementioned elements of the Grand Prize in the Promotion shall be solely determined by Sponsor. All costs, taxes, fees, and expenses associated with any element of the Grand Prize not specifically addressed above are the sole responsibility of the Grand Prize Winner. Grand Prize cannot be transferred, substituted, or redeemed for cash except at Sponsor’s sole discretion. Sponsor reserves the right to substitute the Grand Prize, or portions thereof, with a prize of equal or greater value.

Barry’s Tickets reserves the right to change a promotion at anytime and is not affiliated with the Pantages Theater or The Book Of Mormon.

Published by Barry’s Ticket Service. Barry’s Tickets stocks all Book Of Mormon Tickets for all performances at the Los Angeles Pantages Theater.

How To Get A Discount On Lion King Tickets

Lion King Tickets

Lion King

Lion King Musical is playing at the Pantages Theater into January 2014 and possibly beyond. For the Holidays Barry’s Tickets is offering a special discount code on Lion King Tickets at the Pantages Theater good on all performances of the run. Don’t miss out on The Lion King!

One of the greatest and longest-running shows in Broadway history, the musical Lion King can now be enjoyed by fans around the US, as it will be played on a bunch of big cities throughout the country.
The show has been enjoyed by over 70 million people and has received superb reviews by the most well-known media around the country, but also worldwide. The Lion King musical is based on the animated film by Disney, initially launched in 1994. It has also won over 70 big-name international awards, including the Tony Award for best musical. It has been played in the biggest cities around the globe with tremendous success, including Sydney, Shanghai, Paris and Madrid.

The music is written by Elton John and the lyrics by Tim Rice. Julian Taymor, the director of the show, has given life to the theatrical version of Lion King in an extraordinary and unique way. The spectacle will please even the most demanding viewer. It includes captivating animal costumes, giant puppets and unbelievable effects.

Lion King can be enjoyed in New York’s Minskoff Theatre eight times per week. Until January 12th it will be played at the Pantages Theatre, in Los Angeles, California. From January 14 until March 9 the show moves to Honolulu, where fans will be able to watch it at the Blaisdell Concert Hall. From March 12, 2014 until April 6, it will take place in Seattle and the Paramount Theatre. Atlanta follows, starting April 10 and ending on April 27th. Then the musical travels to Toronto, Ontario, where it will stay from April 30 until June 15. Washington DC and Montreal are the last two stops.
Lion King is now one of the most successful musicals worldwide and it promises an unforgettable experience to the people who choose to watch it.

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Lion King Tickets Discount

Use our special Lion King Tickets promo code at the checkout. Barry’s Tickets has no service fees on any ticket and offers both pick up and emailable tickets when available.

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Why You Should See Lion King At The Pantages Theater

Lion King Tickets

The Lion King

Lion King one of the biggest musicals of all time has now returned to the Los Angeles Pantages Theater till Jan 12th, 2014. The adaption of the movie you grew up with now comes to life with all the laughter, emotion, suspense and majesty of the Lion King.

Did you know that the Lion King was originally going to be called “King of the Jungle”? Once the film was completed the makers realized that Lions don’t actually live in the Jungle and decided to change the name to “The Lion King”.

Did you know that over 120 puppets are used in the musical, dowel rod puppets as well as the rich tradition of shadow puppets. The skeptical of the puppetry will truly amaze both the old and young at heart from the 26 foot high flying giraffes all the way down to the 5inch trick mouse no detail in these puppets have been left out.

This once in a lifetime musical is like none other. The animals portrayed in the Lion King Musical are actually actors in costumes using extra tools enabling their costumes to move and come to life. The actors playing the giraffes are on giant walking stilts, Mufasa and Scar’s actors use mechanical headpieces so that they may be raised and lowered which gives the audience the illusion of a cats actually lunging at each other. Timon and Pumbaa are life sized puppets that the actors fit into and Taymor has been described as one of the hardest costumes to master do to the puppets head putting such a strain on the arms, neck and back of the actor.

The amazing visuals are what truly makes the Lion King a show that you and your children will remember for ever. One of, if not the most breathtaking spectacle of animals who have been brought to life by an enormous company of national and international performers. The detailed costumes, carved masks and intricate makeup will transform the entire audience to the beautiful vistas of the African Savanna.

With the largest physical inventory of Lion King Tickets in Los Angeles, Barry’s Tickets is pleased to offer a discount on tickets for all Lion King Performances at the Pantages Theater. Just enter LIONKING13 and save $20.00 when you spend $200.00 or more.

The Lion King Discount

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Barry’s Ticket Service has No Service Fees on any Lion King Tickets and offers a 100% guarantee that all tickets are authentic and delivered on time. You can also come into any one of our offices and buy or pick up tickets as well.

Don’t miss The Lion King!

By:Chris Michaels

Live Theaters in Los Angeles

Theater in Los Angeles

Looking for something a bit different to do in? Take a second look at “The Theater”

Although not as many theaters as Broadway has, Los Angeles has its share of Theaters which put on great shows all year round.

Geffen Playhouse – A very intimate setting and big on developing new plays.
10886 Le Conte Avenue, Los Angeles 90024

Zephyr Theatre – Very small in the Melrose District
7456 Melrose Avenue, Hollywood 90046

Pantages Theater – Likely the crown jewel of LA. This historic Theatre has seen the likes of some of LA’s greatest pieces.
6233 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood 90028

Ahmanson Theatre – Downtown Theatre row, a bevy of plays hit this spot.
135 Norh Grand Ave, Los Angeles 90012

Pico Playhouse – Professional theatre which is open to experimental to established plays.
10508 W. Pico Blvd, Los Angeles CA 90064

Mark Taper Forum – Also owned by the Center Theatre Group in Downtown, this round theatre has hosted the likes of Martin Sheen and other great actors.
135 North Grand Ave. Los Angeles 90012

Valley Performing Arts Center – A brand new facility at Cal State Northridge, large venue with big and small productions in their vast complex.
18111 Nordhoff Street, Northridge 91330

Theatre Asylum – Great location in Theatre Row in Hollywood, formerly the Elephant.
6320 Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood 90038

Pasadena Playhouse – Large theatrical shows, great location for new plays needing a name for themselves.
39 S. El Molino Avenue, Pasadena 91101

Santa Monica Playhouse – Small, but two stages have been around since the 60s, nice productions.
1211 4th Street, Santa Monica, 90401

Skylight Theatre – 99-seats, has its own theatre company and active works through October
1816 1/2 N. Vermont, Los Angeles 90027

The Second City Hollywood- Improv shows, either from current classes of their conservatory group or repeat players, shows weekly.
6560 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles 90028

Kirk Douglas Theatre – Beautiful location, wonderfully done, great productions.
9820 Washington Blvd, Culver City 90232

Kodak Theatre – (Now known at the Dolby) From the Academy Awards or whatever else it wants to host, this ultra modern facility can handle whatever wants to be here.
6801 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles 90028

Crown City Theatre Company – Resident director and actor, hosting Shakespeare in the Park near Pasadena.
11031 Camarillo Street, North Hollywood 91602

The MET Theatre – From experimental to raw works, has a pretty good celebrity draw.
1089 N. Oxford Avenue, Los Angeles 90029

Review of the Book of Mormon by Matt Wilson

One of my best friends just recently returned from a trip to New York City, and he explained to me that the highlight of his tenure there was going to see a Broadway showing of the Book of Mormon. This anecdote greatly perked my interest, because usually my friend is a rigid critic of most anything he encounters. I hadn’t previously heard much about the musical besides the fact that its creator’s, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, were also the creators of the show South Park. So I decided that the next time I was in the Big Apple I’d have to definitely go see the performance.

After viewing the satire, I can safely say that the Book of Mormon is one of the most worthwhile experiences I’ve had in a long time! It was absolutely one of the most hilarious spectacles I have ever seen. The plot was surprisingly well constructed and it had me totally engaged the entire way through. The musical is a religious satire, so the pious might not be interested. However if you can accept the performance as a light-hearted comedic entertainment, then you should love the Book of Mormon.

The two lead actors were absolutely phenomenal, but truly the entire cast produced a flawless performance. You could really tell that everyone had their parts down impeccably.

My wife and I were positioned to the left side of the theatre, and for the most part we had an excellent view of everything. The theatre wasn’t gigantic, so the intimate atmosphere made the performance that much more lively.

The musical itself describes the tale of two youthful missionaries during their mission to a village in Uganda. When they arrive, they are confronted with realities that they did not expect. The musical details what occurs when the two naïve missionaries encounter these ‘realities’. While this might sound uncomedic, you wouldn’t believe the hilarity that ensues!

I certainly recommend the Book of Mormon to anyone that is looking for a great round of laughs. The story, acting, and entertainment is definitely worthwhile!

The Book of Mormon will be playing at the Pantages Theater in Los Angeles from Sept 5th – Nov 25th. We have The Book of Mormon Tickets for all dates of the run.

Review of Book of Mormon the Musical

Book of Mormon

Book of Mormon

Religion is often a very touchy subject to handle. It gets even tougher when you try to do a musical about it. The Book of Mormon somehow made a double win though when it managed to satirize and praise religion at the same time. This being Matt Parker and Trey Stone’s first attempt in making a Broadway musical, I must say it is not bad at all.
If you are not a Mormon, not religious, have a sense of humor, and can laugh at crass jokes then this is definitely a must-watch. For someone who barely had an idea what Mormonism and their doctrines and beliefs are all about I was surprised that it was an educational watch for me too minus the boring lecture hours.

Admittedly the ticket was a bit pricey and obtaining them certainly wasn’t an easy task for me to accomplish but it was definitely worth it. The Book of Mormon wasn’t all about just poking fun at religion. It tells the story of two good-hearted but naïve educators who lands in a foreign land with hardly a clue of what the place was all about and how the people behaved. In the course of their adventure they get to learn valuable lessons while imparting knowledge at the same time, find themselves, and strengthen their values. What I liked best about The Book of Mormon was that it was an original play. It wasn’t based on any movie or famous story allowing me to watch the play in suspense because I had no idea how it will end.

For those who might think it is just another one of those South Park episodes and there won’t be anything new about the plot and story line then you might just be surprised at the end when you’d want to cry from laughter and from some heart-wrenching scenes too.

The Book of Mormon is a play that challenges your beliefs, open your eyes to problems being ignored in our parts of the world, while making you laugh at the silly things people do to keep them sane. The song and dance numbers are quite good. The lyrics of some of the songs will definitely be stuck in your head for a few days and do not be surprised if you catch yourself humming a line or tune, “Hasa Diga Eebowai” would be a good example. The Book of Mormon was not only funny and fun to watch but it was smartly written. Wear an adult diaper when you watch it. You might just thank the gods that you did.

By – Julie Metcafe

Book of Mormon will be at the Los Angeles Pantages Theater from Sept 8 – Nov 24th 2012. We have Book of Mormon Tickets for all preformances of the the Musical.

The Addams Family now through June 17th at the Pantages Theater

Addams Family the Musical at the Pantages Theater now

Addams Family the Musical at the Pantages Theater now

THE ADDAMS FAMILY features an original story and it’s every father’s nightmare. Wednesday Addams, the ultimate princess of darkness, has grown up and fallen in love with a sweet, smart young man from a respectable family. A man her parents have never met. And if that weren’t upsetting enough, she confides in her father and begs him not to tell her mother. Now, Gomez Addams must do something he’s never done before – keep a secret from his beloved wife, Morticia. Everything will change for the whole family on the fateful night they host a dinner for Wednesday’s “normal” boyfriend and his parents.

Please note that performances of THE ADDAMS FAMILY feature ealier weekday performance times:
Tuesday – Thursday at 7:30pm
Friday at 8pm
Saturday at 2pm & 8pm
Sunday at 1pm & 6:30pm

Starring in the National Tour of THE ADDAMS FAMILY will be Douglas Sills as “Gomez” and Sara Gettelfinger as “Morticia”!

Running Time is 2 hours and 30 minutes including a 15 minute intermission.

Click here to puchase tickets for The Addams Family at the Pantages Theater now through June 17th.

Parking at the Pantages Theater:
Please be aware that Pantages Parking “Lot C” – the Sunshine Parking lot on the northeast corner of Hollywood and Argyle – is closed. Construction has begun on that site for Blvd 6200, an exciting large scale residential/commercial development that will bring added vibrancy to the Pantages area when completed.
The primary lot near the Pantages, Sunshine Parking “Lot A” – located on southeast corner of Hollywood and Argyle — remains open for your parking convenience.

Because we expect this lot to be in high demand, we strongly recommend arriving no later than 30 minutes prior to your performance time to increase the likelihood of availability.

If you prefer to park elsewhere, there are several nearby alternatives:
• Standard Parking Lot – northwest corner, Hollywood and Vine (access by travelling south on Vine St)
•Grant Parking Lot: N. Vine St, between Sunset & Selma (north of Chase Bank building) One block south of theatre.
• Coast Parking Lot: N. Vine St, between Hollywood & Yucca (between Lexington Restaurant and Capitol Records) ½ block north of Theatre at 1724 N. Vine
• PUBLIC PARKING – southwest corner, Hollywood and Gower (just east of Fonda Theatre) at 6104 Hollywood Blvd, 1 ½ blocks East of theatre
• Coast Parking Lot: N. Vine St, between Hollywood & Yucca (adjacent to the Avalon Theatre) ½ block north of Theatre at 1749 N. Vine

Prices generally range in price from $10-$15 (subject to change).

Sunshine Parking, an authorized parking company for the Pantages Theatre, operates Lot A and to purchase parking in advance and for more detailed info www.sunshineautoparks.com or call 213-617-7275.

Standard Parking, an authorized company for the Pantages Theatre, operates the northwest corner lot at Hollywood and Vine (Lot B). Street parking may be restricted; please read any posted street signs before attempting to park in the vicinity of the theatre.

You can checkout all future shows coming to the Pantages Theater including Book of Mormon coming Sept 5th through Nov 25th .

Danny and Marie Osmond The Osmond Christmas at the Pantages Theater!

Donny and Marie Osmond Pantages Theater

Donny and Marie Osmond Pantages Theater

Donny and Marie Osmond “The Osmond Christmas at the Pantages Theater” will be preforming from Dec 4 – 23rd. Sign up now to be the first to get Tickets.

Donny and Marie Osmond are a part of The Osmonds, the American family music group that began in 1958 and rose to world-wide fame in the late sixties through the seventies. The Osmonds originally began with Alan, Wayne, Merrill and Jay Osmond. Later the quartet was joined by Donny, Jimmy and their only sister Marie Osmond. After achieving so much fame, Donny, Marie, and Jimmy all branched off in pursuit of their individual solo careers. Jimmie had a No. 1 hit in the UK in 1972, Marie had a No. 1 hit on the country music charts when she was just thirteen years old and Donny had a No. 1, No. 2, and No. 8 hit between 1971 and 1976. Donny Osmond has twelve top forty hits in that time period. The Osmonds were the American dream during the 1970’s and Donny Osmond was the poster child who decorated the walls of every teenage girl in America.

Today Donny and Marie Osmond continue to perform together regularly. They have had several shows together and several tours, albums, and countless live performances. The two have been performing The Osmonds Christmas since 1978. The Osmonds Christmas have become a Christmas tradition in many U.S. households and have become a part of the American culture of Christmas. The Osmonds Christmas was a time for families to get together and sing along with Donny and Marie Osmond. The original Osmonds Christmas even included Donny’s wife and Donny and Marie Osmonds older brothers and the Osmond Grandparents.

Now you can be a part of this special Christmas tradition with your Osmond Christmas Tickets to see the duo live at the Pantages Theater in Los Angeles, CA. Barry’s Tickets has been a leading provider of Los Angeles Concert Tickets and Los Angeles Theater Tickets since 1988. As such we work hard to bring you the finest selection of Osmond Christmas Tickets and Pantages Theater Tickets. Visit www.BarrysTickets.com to order your Osmond Christmas Pantages Theater Tickets today!

See Memphis the Musical at the Pantages Theater

Memphis The Musical Pantages Theater

Memphis will be preforming at the Pantages Theater from July 31st till Aug 12 2012. You can purchase Memphis the Musical Pantages Theater tickets today for all preformances.

Memphis the Musical is one of the more recent plays to finally hit it big on Broadway! Loosely based on famed Memphis jockey Dewey Philips, this exciting play brings to life the culture and music of Memphis Tennessee in the 1950’s. Dewey Philips was far ahead of his time and a controversy in the fifties. As a white DJ, he was one of the first to play black music. His story is indeed worth hearing. At an underground bar in Memphis, TN, Huey Calhoun walks into the room that is bouncing full of black teens and early twenties dancing the night away. Calhoun’s entrance silences the dance floor but he assures them he is just there for the music. At his day job working at a department store, Huey is on the verge of being fired from the stocking room when he convinces his boss to let him sell five records by playing them over the speakers and then he can have a sales job. After Huey Calhoun plays his Memphis Music he sells nearly thirty records in moments. Incensed however the owner fires Calhoun anyway. Jobless and inspired, Huey applies for a variety of DJ jobs where Mr. Simmons gives him the shot he’s been looking for. Calhoun immediately grabs the mic and plays a black rock song. Callers can’t get enough! Huey’s journey takes new twists and turns when he realizes that as a radio DJ he must know how to read ads. The illiterate Huey Calhoun improvises his first ad ever. Again, almost being fired for the trespass, instead the client paying for the ad requested Calhoun perform all his stores ads.

This is just the beginning of Huey’s story. The beautiful tale of racial lines, passionate Memphis Music, and love that sees no race comes to life in a beautifully portrayed musical. Huey falls in love with Felicia, a black singer with whom he has carried on a two year relationship in secret. Times are simply not ready for such a love. The second half unfolds and we see how Huey and Felicia progress as does the music in Memphis in the 1950’s. Ultimately it is the love for the Music of Memphis that carries the hero and heroine through. Memphis the Musical won the 2009 Tony Award for Best Musical as well as three other Tony’s at the 2010 Tony Awards. Memphis the Musical celebrated its 1000th performance on Broadway on March 14, 2012. This is a huge feat for any musical, especially Memphis the Musical!

Now you can catch Memphis the Musical live in Los Angeles, CA at the Pantages Theater. The Los Angeles Pantages Theater is host to some of the freshest shows hot off of Broadway and Memphis the Musical Pantages Theater Tickets naturally fall into place. Step into the stunning and intimate Pantages Theater which is a divine experience in and of itself as you are transported back to the 1930’s décor and details. At www.BarrysTickets.com we are a leading provider of Broadway Tickets, Theater Tickets, Los Angeles Tickets, Pantages Theater Tickets, and Memphis the Musical Tickets. Visit our site and order your Pantages Memphis Tickets today!