All the major legit theaters within the Los Angeles city limits were dark Tuesday night because they expected Mayor Richard Riordan to continue the dusk-to-dawn curfew.

The Music Center sustained no damage, with the Mark Taper Forum scheduled to resume performances of “Death and the Maiden” today.

The Ahmanson has been closed for refurbishment for several weeks and will remain closed for several more months.

The Doolittle Theater in Hollywood sustained some ceiling damage in the lobby , as tiles had fallen, and was closed Tuesday. Tonight’s scheduled press night for the new show “Fool Moon” was canceled and has been rescheduled for Monday.

The Pasadena Playhouse — which sustained a good deal of damage during a 1991 earthquake — came out of this shaker unscathed, officials said. Since the theater is not within L.A. city boundaries, Tuesday’s performance of “Joined at the Head” went on as scheduled, as was the Pasadena Civic’s perf of “Les Miserables.”

The Shubert theater in Century City sustained minor cosmetic damage; “Sunset Boulevard” was dark Tuesday in observance of the curfew, but theater execs planned to resume shows tonight.

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