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Hurricane Harvey Left Houston's Theatres 'An Unholy Mess,' But Things Are Looking Slightly Brighter Now

Whew, yuck: "Dead fish lay in the street. A foul brew of bayou water and sewage had surged into the Theater District — for the first time ever — and gushed into their elegant performance buildings."
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