Equity is ramping up pressure on The Broadway League, asking members and the public to share their demands on social media.
Actors’ Equity Association (AEA) has approved the launch of a political action committee (PAC).
A group of Indianapolis actors and storytellers has come together to launch an entity the city has long lacked: a Black-owned professional equity theater that focuses on Black people's stories.
The agreement remains subject to ratification by both Equity members and LORT members.
The PAC will raise money for federal candidates who back greater arts funding, expanded health care coverage and workers' rights.
The Department for Professional Employees (DPE) and its 12 affiliated unions in arts, entertainment and media have announced an updated diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) policy agenda with the intention of proposing legislation to Congress.
Actors’ Equity Association has condemned Tennessee’s new legislation restricting drag performance, urging theaters in the state to “join us in rejecting it entirely and lobbying for its elimination.”
There is now more opposition to Tennessee's new drag law. This time from a union representing more than 51,000 people who work in live theatre.
RuPaul joins criticism as LGBTQ benefit concert adds big names
The PRO Act includes several measures that fight back against union-busting tactics by employers and strengthens the National Labor Relations Act.
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