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"It just ran and ran and ran," Dickerson said. The arts center was dark Sunday, so the problem wasn't spotted until employees arrived at
Dickerson, attending a family event in
"The first floor's flooded, the second floor's flooded. Paint is coming off the walls," she said. "It's a big, terrible mess."
The theaters themselves escaped damage for the most part; a
"I'm hoping we will be able to go on with that." Dickerson said.
The big problem right away is the box office, which isn't operating.
Ticket sales for the upcoming season went on sale today. Though tickets can still be purchased online, Dickerson said phone and in-person sales are closed.
She is hoping to get a makeshift box office operating Tuesday, but it depends on getting the phones, computers and printers back online.
"Everybody's there, trying to assess the damage," she said.
We will have more on this story later today.
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