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‘Beauty and The Beast’ opener postponed

Post by Craig Sailor / The News Tribune on Feb. 21, 2012 at 3:18 pm with 1 Comment »
February 21, 2012 3:18 pm

Tonight’s opening night of Disney’s “Beauty and The Beast” at The Paramount Theatre has been postponed due to weather, Seattle Theatre Group just announced.

Here’s the full statement:

Due to unforeseen weather circumstances in Snoqualmie and Stevens Pass, the Opening Night of our Seattle engagement of Disney’s Beauty and The Beast, has been postponed. The performance has been re-scheduled for Monday, February 27th, 7:30PM at The Paramount Theatre. Tickets from tonight’s performance will be valid and honored at Monday’s performance for the same seat locations. All other scheduled performances will proceed as planned.

Unfortunately, tickets for Tuesday night’s performance cannot be exchanged into any performance other than Monday the 27th, as ticket availability is extremely limited for the remainder of the run.

Patrons who had tickets for Tuesday’s performance and are unable to attend the performance on Monday, February 27th may request a full refund* — refunds will be issued from the patrons’ point of purchase. Patrons can contact their point of purchase by Friday, February 24th at 5:00pm, at the following numbers:

KeyBank Broadway at The paramount Season Subscribers, contact, 1-888-451-4042

Patrons who purchased through STGPresents and Tickets, please contact, 1-888-STG-4Tix

Leave a comment Comments → 1
  1. tomwa007 says:

    And the refund* means??????

    Let me guess the City of Seattle still gets thier fees as well as the ticket agent.

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