Richmond Times-Dispatch: ‘Hamilton’ Actors Warn of a Potential Strike Ahead of Shows at Richmond's Altria Theater

Over a dozen actors and stage managers from the touring production of “Hamilton” handed out leaflets outside the Altria Theater before Tuesday night’s opening performance of the Broadway hit, warning of the possibility of an upcoming strike.

Hamilton” kicked off its two-week run at the Altria Theater, 6 N. Laurel St., on Tuesday night and is scheduled to run through April 23, unless a strike upsets plans.

The actors and stage managers are part of the Actors Equity Association, a labor union that represents 50,000 actors and stage managers across the country. The union is meeting with The Broadway League, which represents producers for touring Broadway productions.