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We are the labor organization that represents the men and women who create America’s operatic, choral and dance heritage.

Performing artists live to perform. But their talents, their skill and the beauty they create won't necessarily pay the rent, put food on the table or guarantee the necessities of life. Without forceful advocacy and defense of their rights, artists may be vulnerable to exploitation or illegal discrimination. They need protection. They can find it by joining AGMA, the American Guild of Musical Artists.

Please be advised that the American Guild of

Musical Artists (AGMA) does not represent

The Radio City Rockettes, who have recently

been asked to perform at the upcoming

presidential inauguration. The Rockettes

are represented by the American Guild of Variety

Artists (AGVA; see

http://www.agvausa.com/aboutagva.html).






TITAS Presents AT & T Performing Arts Center and

The Actors Fund in partnership with the American Guild

of Musical Artists present “A Life in Dance: Resources

for Those on Stage at Every Stage”


When:  Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Time:    5:00 p.m.-7 p.m.

Where:  Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House Hamon Hall

2403 Flora Street

Dallas, TX  75201


This event is FREE to all!

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CHICAGO SYMPHONY CHORUS

REACHES NEW LABOR AGREEMENT

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Support Group for Injured Dancers

Thursdays, January 26–March 16 | 11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
The Actors Fund, 729 Seventh Avenue, 10th Floor
 or 212.221.7300 ext. 166

The Dancers’ Resource is pleased to offer an 8-week group for dancers who are currently dealing with or are recovering from injury, who may feel isolated because of their injuries, and who wish to better navigate their changing relationships with their bodies and dance.

The group will provide a safe space for dancers to support one another at all stages of the healing process through open discussion and the sharing of resources and healthy coping strategies.

Dancers’ Resource social worker Catherine Calhoun will be leading the group and is seeking dancer participants to meet at 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. each Thursday starting January 26 and ending on March 16. All meetings will be at The Actors Fund, 729 Seventh Avenue on the 10th floor.

Please give Catherine a call at 212. 221.7300, ext. 166, or to learn more about the group and to get started.

All services at The Actors Fund are free and confidential, so please spread the word to your friends and colleagues.


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to audition at any AGMA opera or ballet company.

If you’re asked to pay for an audition,

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