The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Union representing professional actors, dancers, singers, and broadcasters. AFTRA is a branch of the Associated Actors and Artistes of America.
|Actors' Equity Association|
Founded in 1913, Equity is the labor union representing actors and stage managers in the legitimate theatre in the United States. Equity negotiates minimum wages and working conditions, administers contracts, and enforces the provisions of its various agreements with theatrical employers. There are currently about 40,000 active Equity members. Equity is a branch of the Associated Actors and Artistes of America.
Local union of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.
|AFTRA-SAG Washington, DC/Baltimore, MD|
Represents actors, news broadcasters and writers, announcers, vocalists, and others who work in the fields of television, radio, sound recordings, and industrial productions. Includes news, events and membership information.
|American Guild of Musical Artists|
A branch of Associated Actors and Artists of America, AGMA represents opera, dance and concert musicians.
A group of working actors resolved to revitalize the leadership of the Screen Actors Guild and to restore its effectiveness through the active participation and influence of its working members.
|The Screen Actors Guild|
Union representing film and television performers. Site includes news, calendar of events, contract info, and a list of franchised agents and a glossary of entertainment industry terminology. Also the site carries several articles and an extensive history of SAG. SAG is a branch of the Associated Actors and Artistes of America.
|When An Actor Should Join a Union|
Outlines the functions of the major performers unions, and their contact information and explains the virtues for young performers to remain out of the union until the time is right to join.