The Denver Post reports Kershaw, who recently had a brief stint as a member of the Greeley-Evans School District 6 board, and his band had left stage and the audience was headed toward exits late Friday when the collapse happened.

Theater booker Scott LaBarbera says about 3 inches of plaster and pieces of drywall fell onto the stage.

“Literally two minutes after Doug’s encore, right after the band had walked off stage, everyone heard a tremendous noise, then an explosion and a huge cloud of dust and debris,” said Pamela Kershaw, Doug’s wife, in an email to The Tribune.

No one was hurt but some instruments and equipment were crushed, including the drummer’s whole kit, Pamela said.

“Amazingly no one was hurt,” she said. “I think we’re all still in shock.”

The former movie theater that has been converted into a concert venue was built in the 1920s. The theater is part of a $2.9 million city revitalization of the northwest Denver business district where it is located.