The Flea Theatre, the feisty theatre company located just below Canal Street in downtown New York, is coping with another crisis. On the evening of June 2, the bottom floor of the theatre’s White Street complex was flooded. “Our offices were pretty much wiped out in a sewage flood,” says producing director Carol Ostrow. As a result, she adds, the bottom floor of the theatre, including the administrative offices, are currently unusable. "It's a major setback," says Ostrow. "We've lost ...
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