SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – There was chaos and panic at the San Francisco Orpheum Theater during the animated screening of "Hamilton" on Friday night.
A boy would have had a fit at the same time as a sound shot from the play, confusing the crowd.
According to a theater tweet, someone also set off the fire alarm while it was happening, causing panic among people.
In another incident, another member of the crowd had a heart attack. The victim of the heart attack is in critical condition Saturday.
People left in such a panic, two people were injured in the mass confusion. They were both taken to the hospital for treatment.
"There was no one with a gun, no shots were fired, in the end it was a medical emergency," said the San Francisco Police Captain. , Renee Pagano, at NBC News.
But audience members felt that the theater should take some responsibility in the chaos and shared their grievances on Twitter.