Broadway producers and stagehands returned to the bargaining table Wednesday morning for another marathon session in an attempt to end the 19-day strike that has shut down most Rialto offerings.
Both sides are staying tight-lipped about details but stagehands and producers have indicated that progress has been made in their ongoing negotiations.
Negotiations between Broadway stagehands and producers adjourned for 12 hours at 6:30 a.m. Monday, after a 20 hour marathon of talks.
The two sides in Broadway's crippling labor dispute went back to the table Sunday morning for the first time since talks broke off suddenly last week between striking stagehands union Local One and…
After talks between striking stagehands and Broadway producers broke down unexpectedly Nov. 17, producers canceled the 27 productions shuttered by the Nov. 10 walkout at least through Thanksgiving…
With Broadway hunkering down for a box office bummer this holiday weekend, the usual PR benefits of the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade look to be deflated a bit by the ongoing Rialto shutdown.
The Grinch is going to court to steal Christmas back from Broadway theater owners.
As Broadway braced itself for another week (at least) of darkened theaters while the stagehands strike continues, a collective shudder went through the legit community in anticipation of a…
Negotiations between Broadway producers and stagehands broke off late Sunday night with no further talks skedded, and the Rialto productions darkened by the strike have been canceled through Nov. 25.
Everyone agrees the legit stagehands' strike hurt Broadway and hurt Gotham. They just can't agree on how much.
Broadway-bound tuner version of "9 to 5," with original songs by Dolly Parton, is set to preem in fall 2008 at Center Theater Group's Ahmanson Theater in L.A.