Wednesday, November 24, 2004

 
Labor Peace on Broadway through 2007:
After an all-night negotiating session, Broadway's stagehands and producers reached an agreement early yesterday on a new three-year contract. The deal is the latest between producers and the theater industry's three major unions, effectively assuring labor peace on Broadway at least through the spring of 2007
(from The New York Times). I imagine this may partly apply to some Chicago shows; perhaps tours won't have contract disputes for a few years.

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