Equity honors the hard-working performers who go onstage, sometimes at a moment's notice, for multiple roles.
The decision shines a spotlight on the tense relationship between Broadway producers and Broadway’s 14 unions in these difficult times.
“Continued action is necessary to ensure our government is one that serves all of its constituents, and not those who show the most force.”
"We look forward to working with Dr. Jackson as the entire industry continues to push toward a fair and just recovery from COVID-19." Said AEA President Kate Shindle.
The report offers recommendations for changes arts agencies can make to improve inclusion.
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.
The bill would update the bipartisan Qualified Performing Artist (QPA) deduction, which was originally signed into law by President Ronald Reagan.
Wissinger’s practice includes representing unions and individuals in all aspects of labor and employment law, including complex arbitration, litigation and more.
The agreement begins retroactively on August 1, 2021 and expires on July 28, 2024.
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