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Mark Rylance and Friends

Shakespeare and the Battle of Homestead, July 6

Oscar winner (for best supporting actor in Bridge of Spies) Mark Rylance, co-writer Peter Reder, Pittsburgh performers David Conrad, Wali Jamal, Jason Kendall and others perform Shakespeare, sing songs and inhabit characters that describe the circumstances besetting workers in the lead up to the 1892 Battle of Homestead.

Fri, 05/19/2017 - 13:07

By Joe Gunderman

Joe Gunderman 

The Cleveland Council Committee met on April 10. Previously, we tried to get the committee together before the viewing party for the SAG Awards, and were met with a blizzard. A few made that one, but more made this one. The next meeting is coming up on Monday, June 5, and any Cleveland Council member is welcome, along with the committee members.

Fri, 05/19/2017 - 13:06

By Melissa Kidd

Melissa Kidd 

Greetings from Columbus, Ohio, where we rocked it out at the 2017 SAG Awards viewing party. My name is Missy Kidd, emcee of this fabulous event.

There was a mock red carpet, where I interviewed all the local SAG-AFTRA actors, finding out what they were wearing (attire was casual) and who they hoped would win. Improvising was a necessity because I got some unexpected answers.

Fri, 05/19/2017 - 13:00

Interested in Running for Office to Represent the Ohio-Pittsburgh Local?

June 16, 5 p.m. EDT is the deadline for candidate submissions.

This is an exciting opportunity for you to represent the Ohio-Pittsburgh Local. Now is the time to consider your desire to run for a Local Officer, Local Board or Convention Delegate position with the SAG-AFTRA Ohio-Pittsburgh Local. We are seeking members who value the union and the benefits it brings to members.

Fri, 05/19/2017 - 12:57

Paul Martino

Memories fade over the years, but great feelings and emotion won't die. As I’m writing this, I’m trying to piece together the events that led to me becoming president of this local for many, many years. I remember getting a call from our legendary executive director, the late Dan Mallinger. It was in 1987 or ’88, I think. Without any discussion, Dan said, “You’re on the board!”