Final post in this series for now will look at those shows that were done using AEA contracts that offer health insurance weeks.
To read every single post in this series, go here.
To learn more about the project as a whole, and how to submit numbers for the shows you’re seeing or working on, please go here.
There were 56 shows (56%) that were on contracts that use health weeks.
Those shows had:
- 46 male directors, 21 female directors (67%, 33%)
- 58 male writers, 15 female writers (79%, 21%)
- 482 total actors
- 274 male actors, 208 female actors (57%, 43%)
- 256 union actors, 226 non-union actors (53%, 47%)
- The union actors included 157 men and 99 women (61%, 39%)
- 402 local actors and 80 non-local actors. (83%, 17%)
The companies and shows in this group were:
- 6th St Playhouse/August: Osage County
- ACT/4000 Miles, Stuck Elevator, Christmas Carol, Black Watch, Dead Metaphor, Arcadia
- Aurora Theater/This is How it Goes, Our Practical Heaven, Wilder Times, Arsonists
- Berkeley Playhouse/Guys and Dolls
- Berkeley Rep/Fallaci, TroubleMaker, White Snake, Pericles
- CalShakes/American Night, Romeo and Juliet
- CenterREP/39 Steps, Pilgrims Shari and Musa in the New World, Status Update, Sweet Charity, Old Wicked Songs, Christmas Carol
- CentralWorks/Pitch Perfect, The Grand Inquisitor
- Campo Santo & Intersection/The River
- Magic/Terminus, The Happy Ones, Se Llama Cristina
- Marin Shakespeare Company/The Spanish Tragedy, Comedy of Errors
- Mime Troupe/Oil and Water
- Marin Theatre Company/The Whipping Man, Waiting for Godot, It’s a Wonderful Life (radio play), Beauty Queen of Leenane
- San Jose Rep/Next to Normal, The Minister’s Wife
- SF Playhouse/The MotherF*cker with the Hat, Abigail’s Party, Bell Book and Candle, Camelot
- San Jose Stage/Persuasion, Red, Reckless, Reefer Madness
- Theatre Rhino/Something Cloudy, Something Clear, A Lady and a Woman
- 100 Shades of Green/The Fourth Messenger
- TheatreWorks/The Loudest Man on Earth, The Mountaintop, Somewhere, Being Earnest, Big River
- Word for Word & Z Space/You Know When the Men are Gone