The management and application of Equity agreements and directives is the responsibility of representatives of companies visiting productions throughout the country to ensure the application of contractual rules and working conditions. CAEA and ACTRA entered into a reciprocal agreement which was once that, if you were a ACTRA member practising in Equity`s jurisdiction, you would be obliged to join Equity and vice versa. The worst version of the attempt to obtain this agreement would mean that ACTRA members would rightly be upset by the fact that they would be charged an introductory fee for equity. You will find that the working conditions, advertising and program/website communication are exactly the same for festival policy and artists` collective policy. These two agreements function as profit shares and are the simplest and simplest. And of course, if none of the artists in your company are a member of CAEA or ACTRA, you don`t need to use these agreements. An independent producer usually starts using this policy as soon as you decide that you no longer want to ask your artists to work alone for profit sharing. It is best suited to non-traditional work, due to things like location and timing, including for small businesses and collectives with smaller budgets. The agreement is excellent for adapting and creating a treaty on which everyone can agree. This means that you must budget for 2 to 3 weeks (at least) one insurance per member of equity in your business. CAEA believes that rehearsals for festival shows may be part-time or disperse over several months, so they do not require insurance coverage for the duration of the sample.
Only the week before the opening and the weeks of the festival. There is no provision in this policy to pay for weeks of partial work. In 1974, an investigation revealed that membership wanted to create its own independent union, and on April 1, 1976, the Canadian Actors` Equity Association was established, which transferred 2,000 members of the AEA. Reciprocal agreements have been reached with ACTRA, AEA and AGMA. On April 1, 2011, Canadian Actors` Equity celebrated its 35th anniversary as a stand-alone organization. The idea is that CAEA will present the guidelines for an agreement between artists and producers and expect such an agreement to be in effect before rehearsals begin. 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. In the spirit of a theatre agreement with few resources, these provisions are in place to ensure that a company does not have access to the revenues that a larger company could generate. Co-productions with committed individuals who hire other artists under one of Equity`s agreements/guidelines are not permitted. That is, any theatre that normally commissions artists under the CTA or ITA should not co-produce with your company and thus encourage your artists to work for them for profit-sharing instead of the minimum weekly requirement.