The scene depicts the deadly duel between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr. "We all ducked and ran out of the theater, one person was yelling 'gun,'" tweeted Shirin Rajaee, a reporter for CBS Sacramento who was in the audience.
Another theater-goer named Marianne Favro tweeted: "Dozens of us hid behind seats til police cleared us. Very scary." Three people were injured as panicked audience members rushed out of the theater. One person broke a leg and two others had moderate injuries, Baxter said.
The woman who had a heart attack was revived and remained hospitalized Saturday in critical condition, he said. The performance did not continue but people were allowed back into the theater to grab their belongings.
The owner of the Orpheum said audience members were invited to see another performance of the popular Tony Award-winning show.