Jeffrey Woodward, managing director at the Dallas Theater Center, talks to Backstage about the artistic scene in the Texas city and how being a member of the League of Resident Theatres helps the actors his productions hire.
League of Resident Theatres
The League of Resident Theatres contracts protect actors and other union members in regional theaters across the country.
After years of wrangling, the Actors’ Equity Association and the League of Resident Theatres recently reached a deal that opens the door to more foreign actors performing on American stages.
The House appropriations subcommittee put forth a bill to reduce the NEA’s funding to $75 million, leaving arts organizations anxious to discover if their federal agency’s budget will be sliced nearly in half come Oct. 1.