Asked by lifeislivinghell
Everyone is Mandergay in the shows. As for their real lives, I try not to pry.
Once upon a time, I went to the McKittrick Hotel in New York City. I'm drawing these pictures to make sense of what I saw there.
I'm not sure how much theater and dance is like TV, but if ANYONE on a set isn't a member of a union than essentially no one can be. If one person in a union joins a crew, the union insists that the whole set become unionized and anyone who can't afford the dues -- or doesn't qualify for the required hours/credits -- is either fired or goes uncredited. There are work arounds, but basically that's one reason some people never join a union. To qualify for smaller projects without fucking them over
Asked by Anonymous
And one more reader response to the Union question.
It depends on the agreement the company has with Equity. My theater had an LOA (letter of agreement) as opposed to a LORT (League of regional theaters) tier agreement, and so we had a number of union contracts supplemented by non-union and intern performers. But being in New York you have a whole other set of rules…
a clue I can get a handle on:
Guess what else is quoted from that particular source material, team?
He who keeps company with wolves, will learn to howl as a wolf.
- Will Graves, Wolves in Russia: Anxiety throughout the Ages
which should be familiar because, in Latin: