Broadway Stagehands' Strike Finally Over!
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The cast and crew of The Farnsworth Invention, Aaron Sorkin's first Broadway show in eighteen years, gathered outside the Music Box Theater on 45th street yesterday to stand in the picket line in support of the striking stagehands union and to celebrate their non-opening with $12 bottles of Korbel Champagne.
As we enter the third day of the Broadway stagehands strike, it's only now that we realize just how serious this all is.
Broadway stagehands union Local One went on strike this morning, shutting down 27 of 35 shows and probably ruining innumerable weekend plans.
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