These members showed off union solidarity with a sprinkle of holiday spirit.

It’s no surprise to hear that the L.A. NextGen Performers Committee worked hard last year and are gearing up to do it again. Last year’s shenanigans included incredible events like their interactive video game event and casting directors’ panel, and they ended the year with a bang with their Halloween party and Holiday Survival events.

The NGP Annual Mixer landed near Halloween this year, and what better way to mingle than in costume? Held Oct. 22 down the street from SAG-AFTRA Plaza at Busby’s East, the mixer featured a delicious spread and cocktails, pop-up photo booth and an epic costume contest.

On Dec. 5, the committee squeezed in one more treat, its first holiday event featuring a panel of NextGen Performer peers who shared tips on how to survive the holidays away from home. The discussion followed with a warm and festive mixer to ring in the season.

Photo: These members show off union solidarity with a bit of holiday spirit.

This piece was originally featured in the Los Angeles Local newsletter for winter 2020.

Panelists at the NextGen Performers’ Holiday Survival panel on Dec. 5.

Members and attendees of the L.A. NextGen Performers Annual Mixer on Oct. 23.

Whether silly, vampy, magical or nostalgic, the L.A. NGP Committee doesn’t shy away from getting into the Halloween spirit.


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