B'way talks might go on Sunday
EmptyNEW YORK -- The union representing striking Broadway stagehands offered to return to the negotiating table Sunday, but theater owners and producers have yet to respond to the offer.
There is talk of talks, but nothing has been confirmed," said Alan Cohen, spokesman for the League of American Theatres and Producers. Negotiations between the two sides broke off Nov. 18 after two days of bargaining failed to end the strike, now in its 11th day.
As a result, the league canceled all performances for Thanksgiving week, traditionally the second-most lucrative of the Broadway season.