The next step in the battle over L.A.’s unique Equity “waiver” is intended to get the parties back to the table.
A New York actor who has stayed on top of L.A.’s 99-Seat controversy wins the top office.
The seasoned bicoastal theatremaker agrees in principle with Equity’s goals, but not its expectations or its tactics.
Los Angeles is still getting a good deal, AEA’s executive director insists, if people would only take the time to study its new proposals for the city’s small theatres.
After a referendum vote against its previous proposals, Equity offers new options and loopholes, but retains minimum-wage demand for small-theatre work.
A former SEIU organizer takes the helm of the stage union’s Western region at a potentially dramatic juncture.
We take a look back at the major historical moments in theatre in September.
Readers respond to our stories about immersive theatre, new work from Ayad Akhtar, and ‘Chance’ magazine.
Past Julys and Augusts witnessed birth, death, and the collapse of a theatre.