Under the slogan ‘It’s About Time,’ AEA members will gather to push for a better deal on Broadway understudies, scheduling, and workplace safety.
The new agreement between Actors’ Equity and the Broadway League covers both workers and audiences for Broadway shows as well as sit-down productions across the U.S.
The nominations cover eligible productions that opened between April 26, 2019 and Feb. 19, 2020, weeks before Broadway’s COVID-19 shutdown.
After months of uncertainty, the American Theatre Wing and the Broadway League have announced plans for celebrating the 2019-20 Broadway season.
The new streaming service Broadway On Demand has teamed with the American Theatre Wing and the Broadway League for an hourlong event celebrating Broadway and raising money for theatre education.
The 2018-19 Broadway season saw 14.8 million attendees, with 68 percent of them women and 25 percent of them non-white.
The union has reached a deal to increase the salaries of actors and stage managers working on developmental productions on Broadway.
The Oregon-based theatre educator will be honored at the 2017 Tony Awards.
Culled from 50,000 high school students nationwide, a final 52 performers made their Broadway debut to compete for the Jimmy Awards.
The Broadway League offers 10 $5,000 grants to theatres to support educational programming around touring shows.