After a three-year hiatus due to the pandemic, Actors' Equity will also honor the Black Repertory Theatre of Kansas City.
The theatrical union, representing actors and stage managers, has authorized, though not yet enacted, a strike of all touring productions following an impasse in negotiations with The Broadway League.
The various safety protocols were released as both new and returning shows enter rehearsals.
The Open Access membership policy will also make it easier for former members of Equity to rejoin the union.
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.
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