Broadway Strike Causes $5 Million in Lost Revenue In New York City, Broadway's 18 musicals shut down as a strike between producers and musicians continues. The dispute -- centered on what the minimum size of musical orchestras should be -- is blamed for about $5 million in lost ticket revenue over the weekend. Jeff Lunden reports.
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Broadway Strike Causes $5 Million in Lost Revenue

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In New York City, Broadway's 18 musicals shut down as a strike between producers and musicians continues. The dispute — centered on what the minimum size of musical orchestras should be — is blamed for about $5 million in lost ticket revenue over the weekend. Jeff Lunden reports.