Snowmageddon 2013 is officially upon us! Winter storm Nemo is predicted to bring snow, wind and a groan-inducing amount of tweets referencing a certain Disney animated film. But before we are snowed in and keeping ourselves busy with 24 hours of Show People, Broadway.com photgrapher Jenny Anderson took to the streets of Times Square to capture some charmingly snow-covered theaters.
If you have ever doubted the tireless, insatiable passion of Broadway fans, count the theatergoers in this picture, waiting outside during the onset of a massive blizzard.
The snow gives the theaters a real old-timey, vintage feel that's begging to be Instagrammed. #Booth #Schoenfeld #Jacobs #snow #blizzard
The Inception-style angle of this picture begs the question, whose dreams must we incept to get the Mean Girls musical on Broadway as soon as humanly possible?
The Majestic Theatre looking hella majestic with snow.
Pro-tip: Avoid walking under the Booth Theatre's awning tomorrow, when scary icicles inevitably form.
The accumulation is beginning, which means people might literally trudge through snow for ScarJo.
This guy is basically in Singin' in the Rain, except instead of rain it's snow and instead of dancing around gingerly with his umbrella, he's desperately trying to make sure the wind doesn't horribly mangle it.
Is there a “Chim Chim Cheree”-esque song about shoveling snow?
Chicago's vampy, skin-bearing marquee offers a stark contrast to freezing, eskimo-status New Yorkers. Stay warm, everybody!