Professional Acting

Professional Acting - 1 Acting Unions a New York or...

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1. Acting Unions a. New York or L.A. (AFTRA excepting) b. Screen Actors Guild (SAG) i. Film and screen actors union ii. Catch 22 Union 1. Have to get the card to be a member, can’t be a member without the card 2. Local unions iii. Provides work for it’s members and protects working environment c. Actors Equity Association (AEA) i. Negotiates contracts for all levels of Broadway, resident and touring companies ii. Catch 22 Union 1. Hiring companies, persistent required 2. Be an Equity member for a year, you can join SAG (after the $1,000 membership fee) d. i. Soap opera contracts 1. Soap operas are beginning to sign SAG contracts ii. Music recording artists iii. Broadcast news (ABC, NBC, CBS) iv. Open-door union 1. After a year in AFTRA, you can join Equity and SAG v. Local office in Nashville 2. Directors a. Evolution of the director i. Greek – Playwright ii. Roman – Archmime (Lead actor) iii. Medieval – Priest (theater in churches)
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