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"Discover the Rising Stars: 6 SAG Members You Need to Know About"

SAG stands for the Screen Actors Guild, which is a labor union representing actors, announcers, broadcast journalists, dancers, DJs, news writers, news editors, program hosts, puppeteers, recording artists, singers, stunt performers, voiceover artists, and other media professionals. The organization negotiates and enforces collective bargaining agreements that establish fair wages, working conditions, and benefits for its members. SAG also provides various resources and support to help its members navigate their careers in the entertainment industry.

We have several Choreographers / Dancers that have "earned" their SAG membership

Charity Baroni

Willliam Harris III

Chelsea "Solace" Hough

Chi Lopes

Joy Spears

Gage Wayne

To become a member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), you typically need to meet certain eligibility requirements and then apply for membership. Here's a general overview of the process:

  1. Eligibility: There are a few ways to become eligible for SAG membership:

  • You must have a principal (speaking) role in a SAG-AFTRA signatory production, which means the production company has signed an agreement with SAG-AFTRA.

  • You must have completed three days of work as a background actor (extras) under a SAG-AFTRA agreement.

  • You must have been a member of another affiliated performers' union, such as Actors' Equity Association or American Federation of Musicians, for at least one year and have worked and been paid as a principal performer in that union's jurisdiction.

  1. Documentation: Once you meet the eligibility requirements, you'll need to gather the necessary documentation to support your application, such as proof of employment on a SAG-AFTRA production or documentation from another affiliated performers' union.

  2. Application: You can then submit your application for SAG membership either online or through mail, along with the required documentation and membership fees.

  3. Review and Approval: Your application will be reviewed by SAG-AFTRA to ensure you meet all eligibility requirements. Once approved, you'll become a member of the union.

Keep in mind that the specific requirements and procedures for joining SAG may vary, so it's a good idea to check the official SAG-AFTRA website or contact their membership department for the most accurate and up-to-date information. Additionally, joining SAG typically involves membership fees and dues, so be prepared for those financial commitments as well.


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