Broadway Strike Silences Musicals

A strike by Broadway's musicians union wins supports from actors and stagehands, who pledge to honor the picket lines. Producers are forced to cancel many weekend musicals. The dispute focuses on computerized "virtual orchestras" and efforts to abolish a guaranteed minimum number of live musicians for each show. Jeff Lunden reports.

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