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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Anne Ewers
Theater stagehands in Philadelphia have gone on strike, forcing three theaters to close and all of Saturday's shows to be canceled.
Theater stagehands and other workers at three Philadelphia venues have gone on strike, prompting three theaters to cancel all Saturday shows.
Theater stagehands and other workers at three Philadelphia venues ended a daylong strike Saturday, announcing a one-week cooling-off period to allow for more talks and for Sunday events _ including a production of the opera "Carmen" _ to go on as planned.
The orchestra owes $1.4 million, she said.
Kimmel Center President and CEO Anne Ewers said earlier in a statement that she was disappointed by the walkout, which she said "makes the financial pressures worse."