Today, AGMA became aware of serious allegations of sexual harassment made by multiple women against Plácido Domingo. We have contacted our employers to demand investigations into these allegations. Additionally, we have reached out to our members in opera companies that may have been affected to offer guidance and support. We will continue to closely monitor this situation, making the safety of our members our first priority.
AGMA condemns all sexual abuse and sexual harassment, and commends those who come forward to report these incidents in their workplaces. AGMA is fully committed to ensuring that the artists we represent have safe workplaces that are free of sexual harassment. Members who have experienced sexual harassment in their workplace may contact AGMA’s trained professional staff through email@example.com, or call AGMA’s National Office at 212-265-3687 to be directed to the appropriate staff member.
AGMA has also partnered with The Actors Fund, a national human services organization, to provide our members who experience sexual harassment with counseling and other resources. For more information, visit actorsfund.org.