Trollwood Performing Arts School has canceled its Wednesday night performance of “Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella” after Monday’s storm damaged the set.

Strong winds, gusting up to more than 50 miles an hour, rolled through the area Monday afternoon, knocking over some of the rolling background on the stage.

Amy Norstedt, spokesperson for the Fargo Public Schools, says most of the damage was “easily fixed,” but that iron beams that support some of the rolling panels were bent and need to be repaired.

A worker eyes up repairs on the backdrop for Trollwood's  "Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella" after winds on Monday damaged the set. Photos courtesy of Amy Norstedt / Special to The Forum
A worker eyes up repairs on the backdrop for Trollwood's "Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella" after winds on Monday damaged the set. Photos courtesy of Amy Norstedt / Special to The Forum

She says no one was injured when pieces were knocked over and that those involved with the production have been working since Monday night to fix the set.

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Wednesday night was to be the first show of the second week of productions, which will continue this week and next. A makeup show is set for 8:30 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 1. Tickets for tonight's show have been moved to the Aug. 1 date, but can be rescheduled for other dates.