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Broadway News Playbill Weather Watch: Check Here for Updates as Winter Storm Hits Broadway
A winter storm warning remains in effect in New York City through 1 AM January 5.

With a Winter Storm warning in effect until 1 AM Friday, January 5, New York’s theatre district braces for heavy snow and high winds.

The Broadway League has confirmed that as of 9:15AM January 4, 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.

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

The following shows are offering snow day discounts for January 4 performances:

Bulldozer: The Ballad of Robet Moses (Off-Broadway), 7 PM: $20 tickets with code FLURRICANE at

Chicago, 8 PM: Up to $20 off with code CHFLY218 at

John Lithgow: Stories by Heart, performances through January 7: $39 select orchestra and mezzanine seats, $29 rear mezzanine seats with code SBHSNOW1 at

Latin History for Morons, 7 PM: Up to $25 off with code LHSNOW at

Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (Off-Broadway), 7:30 PM: $30 tickets with code MSFSNOW30 at

The Parisian Woman, 7 PM: Seats starting at $39 with code BELOW at

Playbill will continue to update this page with statements from the Broadway League and productions regarding cancellations and return/exchange policies.

See photos of the snow-covered theatre district below:

Check Out Photos of the Theatre District During the First Winter Storm of Year

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