Broadway League Says Shows Will Go On Despite Snowfall

News   Broadway League Says Shows Will Go On Despite Snowfall
 
With a winter storm bearing down the the mid-Atlantic region and snowfall accumulations rising in New York City, curtains will still go up on stages across New York City.

When it comes to snow storms, Broadway's traditional attitude has been "the show must go on."

"As of now, all Broadway shows are playing as scheduled," a representative for the Broadway League told Playbill.com, adding that theatregoers concerned about travel and exchanges, "should contact their point-of-purchase and should check the individual show websites for specific information about their show."

Here's a look at this week's Broadway performance schedule.

BroadwayCon, the massive Broadway-centric event taking place at the Midtown Hilton, will also continue with its programming as scheduled. The three-day event is packed with Broadway stars, musical performances and panels.

Read the BroadwayCon inclement weather policy. Despite issuing a winter weather emergency, city officials state that the subway system should not be affected.

Winter weather often provides savvy theatregoers opportunities to snag discount tickets to shows, as producers have been known to release "snow day" discounts and two-for-one offers. Playbill.com will continue to update readers throughout the weekend.

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