Saying No Can Be GoodI turned down two theater auditions in the past week. One of them was for Steppenwolf, which sounds crazy.But I made this commitment to 'take care of business,' as it were - to focus on paying work, commercial and otherwise, and I can't just toss that aside because one of the city's premier theaters is calling
(from Rob Biesenbach's blog post which is worth reading in full).
SAG Ratified TV/Theatrical AgreementsScreen Actors Guild announced today that members have voted... to approve its TV/Theatrical contracts
(from sag.org, via my LA Acting blog).
SAG and AFTRA Commercials Contracts Ratified
The new commercial contract is now effective for the next three years; actors can work on commercials without worry about strikes. Read more on the ratification of the commercial contract. SAG's theatrical contract, covering television and film productions, is currently being voted on by the membership.
SAG Proposed Contract Vote Due June 9th
Votes on SAG's TV/Film contract are due June 9th. It seems the contract ends residuals and does not include a raise (only keeps up with inflation). Read more about the SAG proposed contract on my Los Angeles Acting blog.
Labels: contracts, money, unions
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