Just 9.4 percent of the 4,500 state and local agencies that fund performing arts projects require that institutions carrying out funded performances must pay their actors a living wage, a report by the Actors' Equity Association found.
The report offers recommendations for changes arts agencies can make to improve inclusion.
Actors’ Equity has reached a new agreement with the Michigan regional theater founded in 1991 by actor Jeff Daniels that recently saw the resignation of its longtime artistic director Guy Sanville following harassment and bullying accusations.
Mincey-Garlin has over 25 years of leadership experience directing finance teams and implementing major change initiatives, including for non-profit industries.
As the assistant executive director based in Los Angeles, she will oversee the union’s operations in 14 states.
Stefanie Frey will rejoin the staff of Actors’ Equity in the role of mobilization director.
Industry members talk New York's billion-dollar theater industry, how COVID changed the culture and why Broadway's return to "normal" may take years.
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The bill would update the bipartisan Qualified Performing Artist (QPA) deduction, which was originally signed into law by President Ronald Reagan.
Actors’ Equity has hired labor attorney Micah Wissinger to conduct a review of the workplace of “Jagged Little Pill.”
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