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February 25, 2018
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Theatrical Stage Employees Local No.4, IATSE is an organization that has withstood the test of time for 125 years. The early history of Local 4, the city of Brooklyn, and the infancy of trade unionism were intertwined experiences that grew together with the borough's flourishing cultural scene. The city of Brooklyn was incorporated in 1834.  By 1884 Brooklyn was the third largest city in the USA, bested only by New York City and Philadelphia, and had a rich tradition in the arts and sciences. Learn More...


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Local 4 continues to support Toys For Tots in 2017

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Single digit Show Blacks at the 2018 NHL Winter Classic!

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Jimmy Kimmel Live in Brooklyn 2015

On October 19-23, 2015, the stage of the Brooklyn Academy of Music's Opera House became a Brooklyn street scene, and home to Jimmy Kimmel Live, ABC's popular late-night talk show. This was the show's second visit to Brooklyn, and Local 4 renewed many happy acquaintances.

Guests included Jay Z, Bradley Cooper, Bernie Sanders, Tracy Morgan, Howard Stern, Joy Behar, and Bill Murray, among others. Two very magical moments stood out in particular: our IATSE brothers and sisters painstakingly loading in a DeLorean Time Machine through the just-wide-enough loading door for the 30th Anniversary of the film Back to the Future, with Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd as guests; and a special overdub of the trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens, voiced by our very own Local 4 stagehands. You can check out the results here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZXRqbcu5rhc

Local 4 is delighted and proud to have partnered with ABC and Jimmy Kimmel to deliver another memorable Brooklyn week (Jimmy's first visit was during Hurricane Sandy.) Come back soon, Jimmy!


BAM Opera House Crew: Semele

Local 4 members proudly partner with the Brooklyn Academy of Music to present Semele at the Howard Gilman Opera House.

Chinese visual artist Zhang Huan directs this East-meets-West production of Handel’s opera from the Canadian Opera Company, pairing a cast of debaucherous characters with a centuries-old Ming Dynasty temple. The show opens March 4.

Presented by Local 4 News as part of our new BREAKING NEWS! feature.

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