With a Winter Storm warning in effect until 4 AM Thursday March 8, New York’s theatre district braces for snow and high winds.
The Broadway League has confirmed that as of 10:30 AM March 7, all Broadway shows will play as scheduled. Ticketholders are instructed to contact their point of purchase regarding returns and exchanges should they be unable to make it to the theatre due to weather.
A number of Broadway shows are offering snow-day discounts, including:
Farinelli and the King: Use FKSNOWDAY and get $59 tickets
The Play That Goes Wrong: Use code PYSNOW314 to get $45 tickets
A Bronx Tale: Use code BXTSNOW to get $50 tickets
Jerry Springer The Opera: Use code SNOW! To get $45 tickets
Check back for more updates on possible snow-day show discounts. A number of shows, including Dear Evan Hansen, are also encouraging theatregoers to visit the cancellation line at their theatres for both matinee and evening performances.
Winter Snow Warning: This #noreaster might surprise you in an amazing way. Visit our cancellation line at the Music Box Theatre; #DearEvanHansen’s 2:00PM and 8:00PM performances will go on as planned.— Dear Evan Hansen (@DearEvanHansen) March 7, 2018
Broadway shows rarely make weather-related cancellations unless public transportation is suspended.