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Steve Inskeep and Jeff Lunden discuss the end of the stagehands strike on Morning Edition

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Broadway Stagehand Strike Ends

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Broadway Stagehand Strike Ends

Steve Inskeep and Jeff Lunden discuss the end of the stagehands strike on Morning Edition

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Broadway stagehands and theater producers reach a tentative agreement to end a strike and almost immediately return to the stage most of the two dozen plays and musicals that have been shut down for more than two weeks. The settlement came after months of negotiations between Local 1 and the League of American Theatres and Producers. The walkout began Nov. 10.

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