NYACK, NY (WCBS 880) – A Rockland County theater has likely closed its doors for good.

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Calling it a sad day for Nyack, Riverspace board president Debbie Reich says the theater will most likely not be re-opening.

The theater was flooded back on June 23 with 450,000 gallons of water.

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The piano was floating around, sludge covered all the seats, and the stage was completely destroyed.

Reich says this would cost over $100,000 to repair.

She says that’s money they don’t have and money they don’t want to spend time raising, since the village of Nyack is already planning a major re-development of the area.

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