Despite Snow, Broadway Shows Will Play as Scheduled Jan. 21
Despite the winter weather impacting the New York City area, the show will go on for all Broadway productions the evening of Jan. 21, according to a statement from
The Broadway League.
New York City's weather forecast expects 8-10 inches of snow, with the heaviest snowfall expected during the late afternoon/early evening commute.
The League posted the following statement on its website:
As of 1 PM... As of now, all Broadway shows will play as scheduled today, Tuesday 1/21/2014. For information about returns and exchanges, please contact your point of purchase.
Playbill.com will continue to keep readers up to date on performance changes due to weather conditions.
For a list of Broadway shows and their current schedules, click here.
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