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The movement that started Off-Broadway in NYC is taking the fight to every stage. We fight for fair wages, inclusion, participation and union engagement!
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Congrats to all of the winners last night. And congratulations to the joke writers who landed no fewer than 6 punchlines regarding low wages & the financial insecurity of Off-Broadway artists. You may find it funny now— but is just getting warmed up.
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Javier Muñoz May 6
A carpenter wouldn’t fix a bench for free. A plumber wouldn’t fix a clog for free. An electrician wouldn’t fix an outage for free. So... A performer should not perform for free. Your talent is worthy of more than the status quo. So much more. you need to do better
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FairWageOnstage May 6
Join us, Javier. Join us.
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Monica Byrne May 3
Replying to @StageFairWage
Thank you so much. Also, FYI—a petition of solidarity just went up yesterday. Not authored by me. It’s incredible. Please read.
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FairWageOnstage Apr 27
We stand w teachers across the country as they advocate for fair pay & adequate funding. They are making state governments & unions pay attention with fearless grassroots activism. We encourage all of you to go &!support the wildcat teachers of America.
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FairWageOnstage Apr 27
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Jakob W. Plummer Apr 20
This is a BRILLIANTLY ACCURATE pull-quote. "That privilege is on full display in this typically deluxe Lincoln Center Theater production." Noting - this 'Broadway' show is on a LORT contract. Lower minimums (than Broadway) for actors & SMs.
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✨brookeishibashi Apr 20
HEY LA! come learn about and let’s work with to get more $$ in yer…
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FairWageOnstage Apr 19
Hey L.A. - come drink with us. Dream with us. Talk with us.
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John Manning Apr 19
Replying to @alsilbs @StageFairWage
Fair wages for all that work in the performing arts please! Whether performer, marketing manager, outreach officer, producer etc etc
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Alexandra Silber Apr 18
Artists and performers deserve to be paid a basic, decent living wage. Owning homes, having children, and saving for the future should not be choices we have to make based on our vocation. Not stardom. Not riches. Basic. Living. Wage.
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Clare Latham Apr 18
We are highly trained & experienced professionals of our field. We deserve to be compensated appropriately to support out livelihoods and our families. The have made great headway so far, but it's a long road & we need more voices championing this at the top 2/
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FairWageOnstage Apr 11
Incredibly important thread ⬇️
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FairWageOnstage Apr 9
Fair Wage core member Nick Westrate talks on Leah Walsh's this week!
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CastAndLoose Apr 9
..... I want a boyfriend. And a million dollars. And equity and representation on stage and screen....
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Diep Tran 🤦🏻‍♀️ Apr 9
That time you tweeted about how you wanted tulips and then your readers delivered. You all are too much sometimes in the best ways. Thank you !
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FairWageOnstage Apr 8
Art teaches us that lives other than our own have value. Artists who occupy marginalized social positions can use their art to challenge structures of power in ways that would otherwise be dangerous or impossible.
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FairWageOnstage Apr 7
Replying to @StageFairWage
It is relying, not only technical expertise, or on numbers of signed-up members, nor yet on bureaucratic chain of command, but on the spark that leaps from person to person, especially in times of common crisis." -Doing History from the Bottom Up, Staughton Lynd (2/2)
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FairWageOnstage Apr 7
"The essential principle of an alternative kind of unionism that one glimpses in the early 1930's, or in the very small steps that the workers in Youngstown have made in the past few years, is solidarity. Alternative unionism is solidarity unionism. (1/2)
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