Pavilion Theatre: Clusterf*** of firemen
It is closing night of The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, which is scheduled to start at 8:00 pm. Unfortunately, The entire cast and audience of around 200-some odd people have now been herded into a neighboring parking lot as the Pavilion may be on fire. Firemen have surrounded the building, and police have taped off its southern facing side. Apparently, the electrical room of the theatre is experiencing a certain level of either stage fright or years and years of operational negligence. Who knows? More info to come.
UPDATE: According to officials, an electrical cable under the pavilion was on fire, but it has been put out, or at least power has been cut to it. People have been allowed back inside.
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