ASHLAND, Ore. -- The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is bracing for another night of rain Wednesday. The festival is hoping it will not have to cancel another performance at the outdoor Allen Elizabethan Theatre Wednesday night
Rain and lightning covered the sky Tuesday night as people sat in their seats ready to watch the Count of Monte Cristo.
OSF called a rain delay once rain and hail started falling. The rain ended up flooding the pathways leading down into dressing rooms for the actors.
People in the audience waited around to see if the play would still go on, but the show was eventually cancelled.
OSF was able to clean up the water and there was no extensive damage.
The show Antony and Cleopatra will be on the Allen Elizabethan stage Wednesday night if the weather holds up.
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