So many sad stories coming out of this situation 🙁 .
Dean Gladden is about to venture downstairs into the Alley Theatre. But before he takes a step down, the company’s managing director asks the group he’s leading to turn on their cell phone lights.
“And I hope you’re wearing the right kind of shoes,” he says, alluding to the vaunted downtown theater’s flooded lower level, where more than ten feet of water once pooled during Hurricane Harvey’s catastrophic downpour that caused severe damage on the city’s Theater District.
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