The Actors’ Equity Association, a labor union representing Broadway performers, said in a statement that “‘Parade’ tells an important story of what happens when antisemitism and other kinds of hatred are allowed to grow unchecked.”
New Yorkers can’t go to the theater, but there’s a theater show that can come to them.
Following many government restrictions on mass gatherings, the oldest labor union for actors is taking fast action to assist their members who are out of work due to the coronavirus pandemic.
This big idea makes a $15 dollar an hour minimum wage look squarely like small-minded incrementalism, and it won’t empty the federal treasury.
But nobody is talking about it except Broadway actors.
Labor unions across the country were dealt a devastating blow Wednesday with a landmark Supreme Court ruling that will have profound effects on organized workers.
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