Actors’ Equity Association, the national union representing actors and stage managers, has reached a new, three-year collective bargaining agreement with The Broadway League, the national trade organization of theater owners and producers.
On Nov. 17, members of Actors’ Equity Association gathered in Times Square to express support for colleagues currently in negotiations with The Broadway League. In contention is the contract that governs Broadway productions as well as Broadway League-produced sit-down shows in other parts of the country. The negotiations between the two parties began in September.
Members of Actors’ Equity gathered in Times Square on Thursday to rally for new protections in their Broadway contract.
Dancers at a topless dive bar in North Hollywood holding a historic union election expected results Monday.
Actors' Equity will reopen its audition centers, as industry members and performers mull the benefits and disadvantages of virtual auditions.
The Star Garden Topless Dive Bar dancers are seeking representation from Actors’ Equity.
Strippers at the Star Garden topless dive bar in North Hollywood will soon receive ballots to hold an election for collective bargaining, which may result in the first stripper union in the US in more than a decade.
Strippers at a North Hollywood bar will be allowed to vote in a mail-in ballot election over whether to unionize, the National Labor Relations Board confirmed this week.
The effort comes at a time when small community theatres are struggling in the aftermath of the pandemic.
From the stage actors' union taking on museum lecturers and strippers to the machinists breaking new ground in architecture, a variety of unions are answering an uptick in organizing interest by branching out from their traditional turf.
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