Theatregoers planning on Saturday matinees were greeted with clear blue skies by noon Feb. 9. Below-freezing temperatures are expected at night. Those who couldn't get to see their Friday and Saturday shows due to weather conditions should inquire about exchange opportunities at point of purchase.
At 5 PM Friday, Feb. 8, Broadway leaders announced that weekend shows would proceed Feb. 8-9. Some Broadway and Off-Broadway producers announced discounted "snow day" ticket prices for the weekend.
Apparently anticipating some cancelled reservations due to the snow this weekend, Off-Broadway's Classic Stage Company on East 13th Street announced on Feb. 8 that it was offering $35 rush tickets for its Feb. 8-10 performances of the Stephen Sondheim-James Lapine musical Passion. (Visit the box office and have cash or credit card. The discount is also available online with promotional code SNOWDAY at classicstage.org.)
Roundabout Theatre Company is also offering a hot deal on a cold weekend: See Broadway's Picnic or The Mystery of Edwin Drood or Off-Broadway's Talley's Folly Feb. 8-9 for only $20 when you purchase tickets at the box offices of the American Airlines Theatre, Studio 54 and the Laura Pels Theatre (respectively) when you show your MTA MetroCard. (The Friday evening first preview of Talley's Folly was cancelled and moved to 2 PM Saturday.)
For more, visit BroadwayLeague.com.