JUPITER, Fla. - In northeastern Palm Beach County, there's not a lot of standing water left Friday.
Special Section: South Florida Flooding
In Jupiter, a flooded stretch of A1A north of Indiantown Road was reopened by mid-morning.
Meanwhile next door at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre, the show must go on. Heavy rainstorms in the past have impacted the building.
While there was no major damage, there were some leaks here and there.
Rehearsals for A Chorus Line are ongoing despite crews having to mop up some puddles on the stage.
A few costumes also took on water, but they're drying out and will be ready for next week.
"Typically this time of year, when we've had a lot of rain and have had shows. A lot of cars have been stuck in the lot leading in and out of the parking lot. Typically our orchestra pit has been flooded, but this time we didn't have to pump any water out," said Jennifer Sardone-Shiner with the Maltz Jupiter Theater.
Some of the theater operations in an office building next door took on some water, but there was no damage to the theater's new expansion.