As “storm of the century” Sandy winds down, Broadway is canceling performances for the third night in a row. All performances of Broadway shows scheduled for Tuesday, October 30 will be canceled, according to the Broadway League.
The League’s Charlotte St. Martin said, “As a result of the suspension of public transportation by government authorities and other safety precautions implemented on behalf of Hurricane Sandy, evening performances will be cancelled tomorrow night, Tuesday, October 30th. We expect normal operations to resume Wednesday morning.”
As with the Sunday and Monday cancellations, ticket refunds will automatically be issued to people who purchased them with a credit card via Ticketmaster or Telecharge. Those who purchased their Broadway tickets directly at the box office will need to return them to the box office for a refund or ticket exchange.
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