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January 18, 2012 at 2:12 PM

Must the show go on?

On this snowy day, we’re running a long list of plays, concerts, readings and art shows that have been canceled due to bad weather. That makes some ticket-holders happy (“Yay! We can stay home!”) and some hopping mad (“Boo! I wanted to see that!”).

Some readers are mad because an event wasn’t canceled. Like one reader who complained to us that Seattle Opera should cancel Wednesday night’s “Attila” for the safety of its patrons.

Your thoughts? If you ran the opera (or the Rep or “Cavalia” or …) would you cancel or not?

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