Things didn't get really ominous until Sunday night, long after the curtain came down on most shows at theaters throughout Connecticut.
Then on Monday when the storm's fury -- and tides -- were at their highest, most theaters were "dark."
By the time showtime would begin again on Tuesday, the storm had long gone.
Here's a breakdown of some theaters:
Downtown Westport had major storm issues but the
School performances have been canceled today and Wednesday for its extended production of "A Raisin in the Sun." Those students who missed that performance can catch the 10:30 a.m. show on Thursday.
The first general public performance of the extended week will be Thursday night.
However, its School of
A spokesman reported that no damage occurred to the theater, which is located on the banks of the Connecticut River or on its low-lying new artist housing..
There were no rehearsals scheduled for Monday for the workshop production of "The Great American Mousical" which is slated to begin performances Nov. 8 at Goodspeed Musicals' Norma Terris Theatre in Chester. Rehearsals for the show, directed by
Choreographer Christopher Gattelli posted on his Facebook page Monday: "We are all about to go over to Julie's house and sing "My Favorite Things". I've already turned my curtains into a sweat suit."
Long Wharf Theater's Stage II returns to its run of "Satchmo at the Waldorf" tonight.
The theater located just off
A theater spokesman reports that after a Tuesday morning inspection there appears to be no leaks or damage due to
The theater's facilities are raised about five feet on a concrete foundation. Lonmg Wharf Theater is undergoing interior and exterior renovations.
There was some problems with the telephone system but it unclear whether the trouble is storm related.
The front end of the New Haven Food Terminal complex -- where the theater has been located for almost 50 years -- received some damage but none towards the back where the theater is set. A new roof was recently installed for the theater by the building's owner as part of the theater's renovation project.
Rehearsals set for today to begin for "The Killing of Sister George," starring and directed by
The touring company of the musical "Chicago" starring Cristie Brinkley left the