Yesterday the Zootown Arts Community Center's water main line failed, which flooded their basement and has prevented them from getting potable running water and functioning bathrooms until Thursday, January 19th (2023) if "a dozen or more things go right" according to the ZACC's Facebook page. They've got pictures of the damage, and while I have no experience in repairs of this nature, my layman's eyes tell me it doesn't look great.

It's such a bummer, I had actually marked "interested" on two of the events that were cancelled. If any performer is reading this, keep your head up. I've had shows that I was supposed to perform get cancelled and I know how hard that is. It's not easy to work so hard for something that doesn't end up happening, and it's no picnic having your excitement dashed either. On the bright side you'll have many more opportunities to hit the stage again if that's what you want to do.

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If you're from the ZACC and you're reading this, thank you for everything you've done for our community. It's been so great seeing the shows become more frequent in the last 2 years, and I appreciate all the work you've done to make that possible. I'm sorry about this big setback, and I hope everything gets back into working order. If you plan on doing any sort of fundraiser to make up for some of the damages, I'd be happy to help get the word out.

I'm looking forward to seeing The Foilies, Night Witch and DAMNTHEBADLUCK this Saturday, fingers crossed it's smooth sailing from Friday until infinity.

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