How Theatre People Weathered Hurricane Sandy; Wine! Food! Friends! Kids! Pets!

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30 Oct 2012

J. Elaine Marcos
photo by Joseph Marzullo/WENN

J. Elaine Marcos of Annie, said, "We actually have two days off of Annie because our schedule is switching, so I just plan on napping and resting. I did want to go upstate and enjoy a day apple-picking or wine-tasting, but it's a home day. It's not often that I get to spend all day napping because I don't often let myself do that, but on snow days or hurricane days, I don't feel bad if I do! I did do a couple yoga stretches just because moving from the bed to the couch requires some physical activity."

Ruth E. Sternberg, production executive at The Public Theater, and her talent-agent partner Liz Rosier, are sticking to their home in Yonkers, just north of Manhattan. Sternberg said, "Liz and I and our dog Scout are happily hunkered down. So far so good. We've been checking on our elderly neighbors, the Diet Coke stock is ample for a week or so. The house is very clean, laundry done and Liz's hair blown dry — attempting to do chores that require power first. We are safe and grateful!"

Actor Matt Doyle, of Broadway's War Horse, Bye Bye Birdie, Spring Awakening, is riding out the storm at his boyfriend's apartment. "His shows were canceled and the rehearsals for the workshop I'm working on are canceled, as well," Doyle said. "So far we've watched 'Hocus Pocus' and 'Breakfast Club.' We're making mimosas and of course, hurricanes. Some of his closest friends are over, as well. We walked down to the water earlier. It was already pretty rough. Now it's time to snuggle up with the dogs and stay safe inside for the night."


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