The New York Dancers Committee examines the role of dancers in motion pictures, television, and commercials. It recognizes the needs of dancers by seeking improvement of existing contracts that professional dancers are employed under through collective bargaining. The New York Dancers Committee is committed to all issues affecting dancers working under SAG-AFTRA jurisdiction.
Click here to access the Dancers Digest located in the Production Center.
Dancers can contact the TV/Theatrical Department at (212) 827-1553 or the Commercials/Industrials Department at (212) 827-1454 with any questions about each contract or to speak with a New York staff member.
Our Mission is Your Future
Career Transition For Dancers’ mission is to enable dancers to define their career possibilities and develop the skills necessary to excel in a variety of disciplines.
Our Commitment is Your Potential
We are supportive, perceptive and resourceful. We believe that strong relationships are built on understanding and that dancers' needs should always come first. Our insightful career counselors’ focus on dancers' individual needs, and our programs are designed to provide long-term support. With three locations, NYC, LA and Chicago, we have helped thousands of dancers cultivate their unique abilities and express their potential both on and off the stage, and remain here to support you!
For more information, please visit: www.careertransition.org.
The Motion Picture Players Welfare Fund and the SAG-Producers Industry Advancement and Cooperative Fund are proud to support the Career Transition for Dancers program.
The following dance studios offer discounted class rates for SAG-AFTRA members. Please check with each individual studio regarding their rates. All discounts are administered by entities independent of SAG-AFTRA. Questions about each offer must be handled by the providers. The union does not endorse any of these services.
Click here for Discounted union class rates at Alvin Ailey