According to New York Post's Michael Riedel the lockout threatened by the League of American Theaters and Producers will not occur before tonight's Broadway performances. Riedel states:
The two sides will meet in Midtown this afternoon to come to a decision on how to ratchet down the dramatic tension and move forward.
On a more ominous note, Riedel quotes one unnamed union source as saying about those discussions:
Senior members of the league reached out to us to discuss the situation and we have agreed to meet with them -- however, we will not be negotiating.
I'll be updating as more information becomes available.
This is Steve On Broadway (SOB).
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