Momentum is building behind the Bipartisan Performing Artist Tax Parity Act with nearly 70 House cosponsors.
Employees of a nonunion production are seeking improved compensation and safety protocols, saying a union version of the same musical pays better.
Actors’ Equity will seek to represent the actors and stage managers working on a non-union tour of “Waitress.”
COBRA subsidies have been secured for arts workers in New York.
"The presence of a Black woman on the U.S. Supreme Court is long overdue,” said Kate Shindle.
Vincent will serve a two-year term, effective immediately.
The vaccine mandate for Broadway performers and other crew members will remain in place, despite an exemption announced Thursday by New York City Mayor Eric Adams.
The union urges the city to strengthen worker protections in public arts funding.
SAG-AFTRA and Actors’ Equity Association are praising the passage Friday of the CROWN Act in the U.S. House of Representatives.
This bill is crucial to protecting workers from racial discrimination.
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