Canadian Actors Equity Agreement

Because the CPA is geared towards equity members who produce themselves, CAEA expects the company`s primary contact to be a member of equity. If you, the producer, are not a member of the equity, you must work with a member of your company to contact CAEA to access this agreement and contact them during the application process. CAEA and PACT renegotiate the CTA conditions every three years. CAEA also has another agreement, the Independent Theatre Agreement (ITA), which is practically a clone of the CTA – this agreement is for non-PACT theaters. In this case, “independent” refers specifically to professional theatres that work independently of PACT. Choreographers are paid according to the length of the piece. The schedule in the chord starts at 1 to 3 minutes and goes up to 60 minutes in the room. For choreographies longer than 35 minutes, the DOT chord may apply. Accordingly, the parties agree that, notwithstanding the conditions set out in these provisions, CAEA agrees that the members concerned may waive all applicable royalties under the current agreement or directive, and designers can, regardless of whether you take photos for recording and promoting their contribution to the production, have them photographed under the following conditions related to the publication of these photos or use the company`s production photos: canadian stage actors have been informally represented by ACTRA since the 1940s, but they were looking for their own union representation at the time of the creation of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival in 1953. Following meetings between the Canadian Council of Authors and Artists (an umbrella organization) and the American Actors` Equity Association, AEA, in Montreal, the actors worked on AEA contracts.

The first meeting of the Canadian subsidiary was held in Toronto in February 1955. Canadian Actors` Equity Association is a party to several agreements with associations of producers and/or individual producing companies. These agreements (such as the ITA, opera and dance agreements) contain clauses that recognize the importance of photographs in the activity of producing companies. These articles generally refer to the recording and use of photographs by the theatre and to various conditions under which the permits of performing artists are required and in which performing artists may be compensated for the use of photographs. You will find that the working conditions, advertising and program/website communication are exactly the same for festival policy and artists` collective policy.

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