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EQUITY MEMBERS!

Details and Numbers
of Historic Wage Increases
from
2016 Off-Broadway Contract Negotiations
(behind member portal, password needed)

 

November 18, 2016

"Off-Broadway actors, powered by campaign, win significant pay increase." – NY Times

"Theatre unions will look to the success of #FairWageOnStage... as a watershed moment. With so much at stake... #FairWageOnStage maintained a firm, but diplomatic campaign that brought to light the personal stories (and financial hardships) of actors." – Playbill

"Off-Broadway avoids strike with a 5-year contract agreement" — AP

 

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#FairWageOnstage discussed on WSJ Live

#FairWageOnstage applauds the League of Off-Broadway Theatres and Producers for taking this bold step in agreeing to a historic increase in wages for actors and stage managers. We are deeply grateful to Actors' Equity Association for fighting to better the lives of its members. We are proud of our brothers and sisters who spoke up for the cause with signatures on our letter to management, in video testimonials, on social media, and in other actions that demonstrated our commitment both to the Off-Broadway movement and to each other. We look forward to making more important work with our employers Off-Broadway, and to further helping to improve the lives of Equity actors and stage managers in New York City and across the country.

 

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November 18, 2016 — BREAKING

"Off-Broadway actors, powered by campaign, win significant pay increase." – NY Times

"Theatre unions will look to the success of #FairWageOnStage... as a watershed moment. With so much at stake... #FairWageOnStage maintained a firm, but diplomatic campaign that brought to light the personal stories (and financial hardships) of actors." – Playbill

"Off-Broadway avoids strike with a 5-year contract agreement" — AP

 

#FairWageOnstage applauds the League of Off-Broadway Theatres and Producers for taking this bold step in agreeing to a historic increase in wages for actors and stage managers.

We are deeply grateful to Actors' Equity Association for fighting to better the lives of its members.

We are proud of our brothers and sisters who spoke up for the cause with signatures on our letter to management, in video testimonials, on social media, and in other actions that demonstrated our commitment both to the Off-Broadway movement and to each other.

We look forward to making more important work with our employers Off-Broadway, and to further helping to improve the lives of Equity actors and stage managers in New York City and across the country.