Equity member Rose Byrne talks about mining for laughs, why funny women are such a talking point and shares her tips for up and coming performers.
Earlier this year MEAA Equity recovered $114,000 in unpaid wages for performers who worked on Avenue Q at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney.
Twelve performers on the satirical musical Avenue Q have finally been paid after MEAA took legal action to recover $114,000 that was owed to them.
To submit your entry for the 2015 Walkley Awards for Excellence in Journalism please visit http://www.walkleys.com/awards/walkleys/
Entry is free for MEAA Media members and $295 for non-members.
Work must have been produced during the entry period of September 1, 2014 – August 31, 2015.
Entries close August 31, 2015.
MEAA has written to Fairfax Media to express our extreme disappointment at the announcement that the regional arm of the business, Australian Community Media (ACM) would proceed with its plan to drastically cut editorial jobs at its Illawarra and South Coast newspapers.
Fairfax Media’s Australian Community Media director John Angilley yesterday confirmed that 47 journalists, photographers and commercial staff will lose ...