Houston Grand Opera Finds Temporary Home

Published September 26, 2017   |  By Musical Artists  |  Post in All Areas

The Houston Grand Opera, which was forced from its home by Hurricane Harvey, found a temporary home at the George R. Brown Convention Center for the first three productions of the season. Their new home - Exhibit Hall A3 - in the convention center, is affectionately being referred to as "the HGO Resilience Theater." Read the full article in The New York Times or, for information regarding the upcoming performances, please visit the Houston Grand Opera website.... Read More -->

Oregon Ballet Theatre Artists Vote to Join AGMA

Published September 20, 2017   |  By Drew Rosenfeld  |  Post in All Areas

Portland, OR (September 19, 2017) The American Guild of Musical Artists (AGMA) was officially recognized as the union representing the dancers and stage managers of the Oregon Ballet Theatre.  This recognition comes after a majority of these artists signed a petition requesting AGMA to represent them.  The Oregon Ballet Theatre (OBT) agreed to a voluntary procedure to confirm majority support which was completed last week. “We are privileged to represent the interests of all the wonderful dancers and staging staff at OBT.  AGMA welcomes this group to our family of professional artists who strive each day to reach artistic heights and their professional goals.  Oregon Ballet Theatre, as the largest ballet company in the state, deser... Read More -->

Miami-Dade Parks – Post Hurricane Update

Published September 15, 2017   |  By Musical Artists  |  Post in Mid & South Atlantic Area

If you are looking for a break from post-hurricane clean-up, the Miami-Dade Parks & Recreation Department opened many of their recreation centers! Families are welcome to charge their electronic devices, bring their lunch and play games or just cool off at the following sites: The sites are open Friday, September 15 - Sunday, September 17 from 9 am - 5 pm. Arcola Lakes Senior Center  8401 NW 41 Avenue, Miami, FL Bird Lakes Park  14365 SW 48 Lanes, Miami, FL Colonial Park  10750 SW 180 Street, Miami, FL Eureka Villas Park  114301 SW 180 Street, Miami, FL Jefferson Reaves, Sr. Park   3090 NW 50th Street, Miami, FL Kendale Lakes Park   7850 SW 142 Avenue, Miami, FL McMillan Park   6125 SW 133 Avenue... Read More -->

Upcoming Actors Fund Events in LA

Published   |  By Musical Artists  |  Post in Southern California Area

The Actors Fund is offering numerous workshops, groups and seminars this fall for our members. Those in Southern California, or the greater Los Angeles area, should check out their offerings below and on the Actors Fund website for a full list of events. Encore Seniors Group Monthly Support group for entertainment industry career veterans, age 65 and older, who are coping with issues of aging, loss and transition, and who find remembrance of the past, along with hope for the future, as part of a like-minded group of older adults. This event occurs on the second Wednesday of every month. Click here for more information, or view the following link: Every Artist Insured A wee... Read More -->

Dancers Network Event – Dallas, TX

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Texas/Oklahoma Area members within distance of Dallas, we will be part of an upcoming event with the Dance Council of North Texas and Collin College on Sunday, October 8, 2017 from 1:00pm - 5:00pm at the Collin College Preston Ridge Campus. This event, called the Dancers Network, (DN) is a FREE one day event where members of the dance community can meet to network with future dancers, educators and arts organizations; its mission is to provide opportunities for dancers to further their careers. Our New York Area Dance Executive, Griff Braun, will be one of the keynote speakers at the event. Find out more in the flyer below, or on the Dance Council Website     ... Read More -->

Hurricane Irma

Published September 8, 2017   |  By Musical Artists  |  Post in All Areas

Affected by Hurricane Irma or Harvey? Our thoughts are with all of those affected by Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Harvey. All active AGMA members and those on Honorable Withdrawal are eligible to seek assistance from the AGMA Relief Fund. (more…)... Read More -->

Houston Ballet will start season at Hobby Center

Published September 7, 2017   |  By Musical Artists  |  Post in All Areas

In a major step towards recovery, the Houston Ballet will start its season at the Hobby Center, following days of uncertainty in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. Read the full article from the Houston Chronicle.  ... Read More -->