NEW YORK, July 30 — Child Actor Guardians unanimously ratified their first collective bargaining agreement with the Broadway League. Members of the Broadway League employ Child Actor Guardians for the purposes of overseeing the care, professional behavior and well being of child performers while in theaters and rehearsal spaces.
The contract is the culmination of negotiations between IATSE, its Local 764, and the Broadway League following voluntary recognition of the union by the League. The contract is for a period of four years and includes annual wage increases as well as employer contributions to health and retirement funds.
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