Actors Equity in contract pact

Deal with LORT foucuses on health contributions

Actors’ Equity has reached a tentative agreement with the League of Resident Theaters (LORT) for a new three-year contract.

Deal includes increased health contributions; the new contract also addresses the issue of developing works, allowing theaters to pursue such projects while letting actors continue with the project through its many phases.

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