The conversation with AEA President Kate Shindle and top epidemiologists is open to the public.
The union posted a letter of its own, pledging to hold an event addressing calls for clarity as the industry eyes a reopening.
In honor of the theatre's unsung heroes, take a look back at some of the performers who got their start as swings.
The #ArtsHero campaign, Actors' Equity, Broadway Cares, and more have shared optimistic statements in the wake of the November 7 call.
The union has released guidelines, safety sheets, and more for organizations looking to resume performances.
The 2020 election also sees Victoria Clark and Michele L. Pawk join the national council.
Representatives from Actors’ Equity, SAG-AFTRA, SDC, IATSE, and more shared progress and new developments regarding employment during the pandemic.
The March 30 free online reunion reading of 'Tis Pity She’s a Whore was called off at the final hour.
Several casting calls are still on the books, despite CDC recommendations limiting gatherings to 50 people or less.
The new Regional Theatre Report says $124 million were earned in wages by Equity members around the country. Work weeks per member increased 8 percent over last season, and 18 of the 28 regions saw gains in work weeks per member.
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