The snow must go on - Broadway remains open despite massive storms
Brave Broadway theatre creatives are continuing with shows despite massive snow storms in New York.
Weather experts are calling the snow storm a “bomb-cyclone” and it is pummelling New York.
With six inches of snow and 60mph winds expected to blast New York City this weekend, there have been a number of closures across the city, including a tribute to AC/DC's Malcolm Young, which was supposed to take place at the Brooklyn Bowl.
Awards season may take a hit – with the closure of JFK airport, the Golden Globes may be missing a few people on Sunday (January 7) if the weather doesn't clear.
Broadway however, is alive and kicking with every Broadway show scheduled looking to go ahead as planned.
If for however, customers are unable to attend, Broadway.com is offering free exchanges.
Here is a list of the shows which are offering the service:
The Band's Visit
A Bronx Tale
Come From Away
Dear Evan Hansen
Farinelli and the King
The Phantom of the Opera
School of Rock
The Book of Mormon
Beautiful: The Carole King Musical
Latin History for Morons
Friends! The Musical Parody
The Marvelous Wonderettes