However, the Met's home page says that while today's scheduled Turandot is cancelled, tomorrow's performance of The Tempest will go on as planned.NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC STATEMENTRUSH HOUR CONCERT SCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, CANCELLEDDue to the continuing ramifications of Hurricane Sandy, the New York Philharmonic has cancelled the Rush Hour concert scheduled for Wednesday, October 31, at 6:45pm, at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center. This decision has been made in the interest of the safety and well-being of the Musicians of the Orchestra, our audience, and additional personnel associated with the concert presentation.Ticket holders can exchange their tickets any time within the next week for any other New York Philharmonic subscription during the 2012-13 season. They can make the exchange online at nyphil.org, via telephone by calling 212-875-5656, or in person at the Avery Fisher Hall Box Office. They can also request a refund online at email@example.com, by calling Customer Relations at 212-875-5656, or in person at Avery Fisher Hall.
The state of Lincoln Center (and the safety of the Met's personnel) aside, as far as I can tell, the buses and subways won't be running as usual tomorrow, so I'm wondering just how the Met audience is expected to get to the opera house. Gondola, perhaps?