Former Coronation Street actor, Shobna Gulati, who staged the stage at Shakespeare's Globe theater, having been hit by fallen scenery.
Shobna, 52, had been playing in Richard II at Sam Wanamaker Playhouse when it was hit unconscious in front of members of the audience.
One of Shobna's compromises came in to ask if there was a doctor in the people, before she was taken out to hospital.
According to the Evening Standard, a top actor and play co-ordinator, Adjoa Andoh, took control of the situation and stopped on the Thursday evening.
A member of the audience said to the paper: "I heard this loud bang and the actor lay on the platform without moving. It was about five or ten minutes after the time and suddenly. this was a terrible breeze.
“There was a lot of work going on the platform. When we heard this badly we realized that it was being demolished. No one moved. Then [Andoh] playing Richard II came out, controlling it. "
The viewer said the view was "very sad" and that Shobna did not look very conscious when the audience left the theater.
Another witness said that a scene had appeared at the end of it.
"He hit his head at the top of his head. We thought he was liar first," they said.
The theater has now launched an inquiry on Thursday's event.
The celebrations were followed on Friday and Sunday afternoons.
A spokesperson for a theater, lit in the light of the meeting, said: “Shobna Gulati was wounded when Richard II was performing on 28 March, but he gets back home well. Research has begun. Shobna hopes to return to the post this week. ”
Shobna is now coming home.