The Broadway Shows Will (Mostly) Go On Wednesday, October 31 2012

New York City continues to assess storm damage in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, and subways may not be operational for a few days yet, but Broadway is returning on Wednesday, October 31.

Not every Broadway show will be playing (Disney’s The Lion King and Mary Poppins are notable exceptions), but the majority will be resuming performances for the first time since the weekend.  For a complete list of which Broadway shows will go on October 31, click here.  (Note that some Broadway shows are canceling their matinee performances but still doing evening shows.)

Transportation difficulties into and within New York City might still make it impossible for some Broadway ticket holders to attend their shows, so they should contact their point of purchase to find out about ticket refund and exchange possibilities.  But despite transit woes for many, the Broadway League’s Charlotte St. Martin noted that “For those theatregoers who are staying in hotels and can’t get home, it’s a great time to see a show.”

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Originally from Santa Fe, New Mexico, Jennifer studied Law and moved to New York City at age 24, where she still practices law and writes for Jennifer's profession may be in the land-of-legal, but her passion is for Broadway where she can write about subjects as diverse as Broadway union contracts to show reviews. With a focus on entertainment law, Ms Chen still keeps her hand in with the latest industry legal developments that can keep playwrights, directors and licensing organizations up at night.