New York City is getting slammed with a snow storm this weekend, and many Broadway ticket holders are wondering if their shows will be canceled. Traditionally, Broadway has tended to stay open even during snow storms, as long as public transportation is still running.
To keep up to date with the latest on Broadway’s status during the storm, visit www.BroadwayLeague.com. If Broadway shows are canceled, they will make a formal announcement on that website. If your show is not canceled, but you still can’t make it to the theater, contact your point-of-purchase to see if they can exchange your tickets.
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