Updated 2 p.m. March 12
The Kennedy Center will have tickets available for sale to the general public Thursday, according to spokesperson Stephanie O'Neill.
Tickets went on pre-sale to Kennedy Center members Feb. 27 and to American Express card-holders March 6.
Several people commented to Patch on Twitter and in the comments section below that they believed tickets had sold out during pre-sale.
"We are not sold out," O'Neill said when Patch inquired about availability.
O'Neill said she did not know how many tickets remained.
"We will certainly have tickets on sale," she said.
You can purchase tickets at the Kennedy Ceneter box office (2700 F St. NW Washington D.C.), at (202) 467-4600, or by visiting www.kennedy-center.org.
Tickets to see "The Book of Mormon" at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts will go on sale for the general public at 10 a.m. Thursday. They went on pre-sale for American Express card holders last Thursday.
The Kennedy Center run of the Tony Award-winning show "The Book of Mormon" begins July 9 and ends Aug. 18.
"The Book of Mormon" debuted on Broadway in March 2011 and has since earned nine Tony Awards, including Best Musical. The show comes to audiences thanks to "South Park" creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and "Avenue Q" co-creator Robert Lopez.
Tickets cost anywhere between $43 and $250. The general public sale begins Thursday, March 14 at 10 a.m. They can be purchased online here.