Gail Gabler

Actors' Equity

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Western regional director of Actors' Equity, a labor union representing more than 50,000 theater performers and managers

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Small theaters in Los Angeles don't make money. Since the 1980's, the Actors' Equity union has allowed local members to work for free in theaters that don't seat more than 100 people.

Do Small Theaters in LA Have a Future?

Small theaters in Los Angeles don't make money. Since the 1980's, the Actors' Equity union has allowed local members to work for free in theaters that don't seat more than 100 people.

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