Statement from the Broadway League about COVID-19 (updated 10/09/20):

The Broadway League announces the continued suspension of all ticket sales for Broadway performances in NYC through May 30, 2021.   Dates for each returning and new Broadway show will be announced as individual productions determine the performance schedules for their respective shows.  The League will provide updates to the public as more information becomes available.  

“With nearly 97,000 workers who rely on Broadway for their livelihood and an annual economic impact of $14.8 billion to the city, our membership is committed to re-opening as soon as conditions permit us to do so. We are working tirelessly with multiple partners on sustaining the industry once we raise our curtains again,” said Charlotte St. Martin, President of the Broadway League.

Theatregoers holding tickets for dates through May 30, 2021 should contact their point of purchase for details about exchanges and refunds.

Resources for Ticket Holders:

Did you have tickets to a Broadway performance taking place before May 30, 2021? As the Broadway League mentions in their statement, you should contact your point of purchase for details about exchanges and refunds.

Telecharge: Some shows are automatically refunding tickets. Others are offering the opportunity to refund or exchange tickets for a later performance. If you purchased tickets from Telecharge for a suspended or canceled performance, you will receive an email with instructions to refund or exchange your tickets.

Ticketmaster: Ticketmaster will automatically generate a full refund to the original point of purchase. 

TodayTix: If you have a ticket to any cancelled show in NYC, you will be given a TodayTix voucher worth 110% of your original order. The vouchers will be worth 110% of your original order total and will be valid for one year. 

TDF: TDF will automatically issue refunds for any canceled performance to the original form of payment. All three TKTS by TDF booths will remain closed until Broadway performances resume.

Broadway Donations:

Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDs and The Actors Fund both provide emergency financial assistance and other resources to those working onstage and behind the scenes in the entertainment industry. 

TDF is asking for donations to their Lifeline Campaign, as their primary stream of revenue has been closed with performance venues. They are hoping to raise $500,000 before June 30.

This page will be updated with additional information as it becomes available.

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