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re: Isn't he withdrawing women actors (and men and POC and non-POC actors) work weeks by doing this action?
Last Edit: PlayWiz 11:09 pm EDT 10/05/21
Posted by: PlayWiz 11:07 pm EDT 10/05/21
In reply to: re: Isn't he withdrawing women actors (and men and POC and non-POC actors) work weeks by doing this action? - Singapore/Fling 10:53 pm EDT 10/05/21

Yes, all those people would be out of work; I didn't say just women -- though Harris focused on that demographic for playwrights. Harris may not be able to do this without being liable. Up to the lawyers, the actors' agents and managers and Equity and the crews' union. The theater going ahead after an 18-month layoff to present a controversial play they've promoted, sold tickets to, and he's putting focus on HIMSELF, by pulling it and leaving the theater to scramble? He might have to pay.
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