Playbill Weather Watch: Updates as Winter Storm Hits Broadway

Broadway News   Playbill Weather Watch: Updates as Winter Storm Hits Broadway
 
Check here for updates regarding performances, cancellations, exchanges, discounts, and more as a winter storm warning remains in effect until March 22 morning.
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With a winter storm warning in effect until 6 AM Thursday, March 22, New York’s theatre district braces for heavy snow and high winds.

The Broadway League's official website states that as of 5:11 PM, all evening shows on Broadway will play as scheduled March 21.

Ticketholders should contact point of purchase regarding returns and exchanges should they be unable to make it to the theatre due to the storm.

According to the Off-Broadway League, the following Off-Broadway shows have been canceled as of 4:30 PM: Amy and the Orphans, Bobbie Clearly, Later Life, and Hello, From the Children of Planet Earth.

Some Broadway and Off-Broadway shows are offering snow-day discounts throughout the day, including:

Miss You Like Hell (8 PM): Save $15 with code SNOW321 at the box office or at publictheater.org

The Play That Goes Wrong (2 PM & 7 PM): Save up to $50 with code PYSNOW314 at TelechargeOffers.com

Rocktopia (7:30 PM): $35 rush tickets available in-person at the Broadway Theatre box office

Waitress (2 PM): $10 ticket with purchase of one regular price ticket with code BUY 10 at Ticketmaster.com

The Lucky Ones (7 PM): $5 tickets for theatregoers under 30 with code SNOWLUCKY5, and $15 tickets for those over 30 with the code SNOWLUCKY15, available online here or at the door. Must have valid ID.

The Stone Witch (8 PM): $35 tickets with code: SWSM35 with TelechargeOffers.com.

Check back for more updates.

Broadway shows rarely make weather-related cancellations unless public transportation is suspended.

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