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VisitAEA-Actors Equity Popular Last Update: 2003/9/26 7:38
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The Union of American theatrical actors and stage managers.
Established in 1913 the union monitors "legitimate" theatre practice.

Site includes nationwide casting board. Equity News, Guidelines and documentation forms.

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VisitAFTRA- Popular Last Update: 2003/9/26 7:40
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American Federation of Television & Radio Artists-
representing broadcast performers, including television actors and performers, radio announcers.

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VisitAGMA- Popular Last Update: 2003/9/26 7:42
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AGMA=American Guild of Musical Artists
This union represents performers, directors, and stage managers in the opera, dance, oratorio, concert and recital fields.

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VisitDGA - Dramatists Guild of America Popular Last Update: 2003/9/26 7:52
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The Dramatists Guild of America is the only professional association for playwrights, composers, and lyricists. Membership is open to all dramatic writers, regardless of their production history. Learn more about the Guild, and how you can join over 6,000 members spanning around the globe.

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VisitIATSE: Popular Last Update: 2003/9/26 8:13
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International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees

Representing technical employees for stage and motion pictures, including property technicians, electricians, carpenters, riggers, audio visual technicians, and wardrobe personnel.

Covers the United States, Its Territories and Canada and was originally chartered by the American Federation of Labor as the National Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employes in 1893. The name has evolved over the course of 110 years of geographic and craft expansion as well as technological advancement. The current title, more accurately reflects the full scope of their activities in the entertainment industry.

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VisitSAG-INDIE Popular Last Update: 2003/9/26 7:59
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That's right, with the influx of indie films out there these days SAG has created a whole new Branch! Useful for cast/crew on production and almost Necassary for Indie Producersl, Features all sorts of Contract information as well as festival and funding opps!

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VisitSAG-Screen Actors Guild Popular Last Update: 2005/3/31 4:58
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Founded in 1933, represents actors in feature films, short films, and certain digital projects.

Full Comprehensive site about the organization, news and events.

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VisitSSDC-Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers Popular Last Update: 2003/9/26 8:10
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Representing choreographers and directors for Broadway, national tours, regional theatres, dinner theatres and summer stock, as well as choreographers for television, music video and film.

The union provides many valuable services and benefits to its members including:
Minimum fees and advances, Property rights, Subsidiary rights, First refusal rights, Arbitration procedures, Health insurance and a pension plan.


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VisitWGA-Writers Guild of America Popular Last Update: 2003/9/26 8:03
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Established in 1933, this union represents approximately 8,000 writers of film, television.

Site features a load of resources for writers both beginning and advanced.

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