Update: Phantom and Select Off-Broadway Shows Cancel Feb. 17 Performances; All Other Broadway Shows To Perform

News   Update: Phantom and Select Off-Broadway Shows Cancel Feb. 17 Performances; All Other Broadway Shows To Perform With New York City projected to receive up to 18 inches of snow by Monday evening, Broadway's The Phantom of the Opera has cancelled its Feb. 17 performance.

The standard practice for cancelled performances is to obtain a refund or exchange at the point of purchase.

Meanwhile, press representatives confirmed that Flower Drum Song, with two special Monday performances, Mamma Mia!, Cabaret, Chicago, Medea, Rent and Thoroughly Modern Millie would perform Feb. 17 as scheduled.

A check of the Times Square TKTS half price booth at 5PM showed it to be doing brisk business, with around 40 people in each of its two lines. At that time, Flower Drum Song, Medea, Rent, Millie and Naked Boys Singing were available at 50% off, with Forbidden Broadway and Perfect Crime at 25% off.

In addition, BC/EFA Broadway Bears event, scheduled for Feb. 17, has been postponed. A new date for the annual auction will be announced shortly.

Feb. 17 Off-Broadway performances cancelled include The Donkey Show, It Just Catches, Barbra's Wedding, I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change and the opening night of The Mint Theater's Far and Wide.