NEW YORK (AP) — Most Broadway theaters reopened Tuesday, a day after a heavy snow wiped out shows in New York for one night.
The Broadway League said all current plays and musicals will be open as scheduled on Tuesday with the exception of "Aladdin" and "The Lion King."
The last time Broadway took a big hit from the weather it was Hurricane Sandy in 2012. That storm darkened Broadway for four days and cost more than $8.5 million in lost revenue.
Other venues also shuttered. Two open rehearsals by the New York Philharmonic were scrapped for Wednesday. And Louis C.K.'s show at Madison Square Garden was canceled for Wednesday.