Theater union Actors' Equity Association has taken the latest step in its controversial bid to restructure the employment arrangement for actors working in Los Angeles theaters of 99 seats or less…
Actors’ Equity Association
Since the late '80s, Actors' Equity Association has recognized the Los Angeles 99-Seat Theater Agreement, which allows members to showcase their work for negligible stipends. Now, the union is…
Since the late ’80s, Actors' Equity has recognized the Los Angeles 99-Seat Theater Agreement, which allows members to showcase their work for negligible stipends. Now, the union is proposing to…
Few programs have experienced the explosive trajectory of "Homeland," an Emmy winner for its first season before vaulting headlong into its second, wildly veering off course and, almost literally…
After a long stretch without any high-profile actor injuries, "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" is grappling once again with issues of actor safety in a high-tech stage production: A performance of the…
With the recent announcement by U.S. Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) of his intention to introduce the Stage Act of 2013, the legit industry may be one step closer to earning an IRS write-off.
One big question on the minds of IM Global's Stuart Ford, Participant Media's Jim Berk and others: Can the emerging markets handle larger-budget films?
In the past five years, the role of the agent, and the business of running a sizable agency, has been buffeted by monumental changes, spurred by seismic shifts in the broader entertainment landscape.
WASHINGTON — Signature Theater's sassy revival of "Dreamgirls" and Folger Theater's wild western take on "The Taming of the Shrew" drew top laurels April 8 at the Helen Hayes Awards, D.C.'s annual…
Actors' Equity Association, the legit actors and stage managers union, has received a national charter from the AFL-CIO as a mark of a formal association with the national federation of U.S. unions.