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Mary McColl

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Executive Director for Actors' Equity, the US labor union that represents more than 50,000 theatre actors and stage managers

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Actors' Equity, the union for live stage performers, is divided over "the 99-seat plan."

Is Acting a Labor of Love or a Job for Pay?

Actors' Equity, the union for live stage performers, is divided over "the 99-seat plan."

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