Troupe America's tour bus went up in flames while the troupe was putting on their recent sold-out show in Red Wing Thursday night.
The tour bus which as been with the troupe for years, according to the Star Tribune, belonged to the bus driver, Jeff Cooper's father.
The troupe's show director, Curt Wollan, said that most of the troupe liked to hang out in the bus and were waiting for a pizza delivery when they noticed the smoke started in the generator around 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
According to the Pioneer Press, the troupe performed their show, The Church Basement Tour - A Second Helping, to two sold-out performances.
Although they had to travel to the performances by van, the actors did very well. The only prop that didn't make it was the "Pastor", David Simmon's guitar that he plays onstage. The other props for the show were stored in a separate semi truck that accompanied them.
During the time of the bus went up in flames, most of the cast was in the Nichols Inn of Red Wing. Only three people were sent to the hospital to be treated for possible smoke inhalation for grabbing personal items from the bus, but were released the same night.