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A new virtual play by The Actors’ Gang details peoples’ experiences during the Great Depression. It’s called “ We Live On ” and runs through September 6.

‘We Live On’: Tim Robbins' Great Depression-era play aims to help us recover from COVID pandemic

A new virtual play by The Actors’ Gang details peoples’ experiences during the Great Depression. It’s called “ We Live On ” and runs through September 6.

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For theaters in LA, there’s no timetable for reopening. Half of the staff for Center Theatre Group have been furloughed.

As stages sit empty, actors and playwrights try to create the next great show

For theaters in LA, there’s no timetable for reopening. Half of the staff for Center Theatre Group have been furloughed.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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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