May Career Training Events: Production Compensation Panels
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Join us for a series of Production Compensation Panels exploring commissions, production royalties, subsidiary markets, and more!

 

Friday, May 6


Production Compensation Part One: Advice for Theatre Writers on Commissions, Advances, Royalties from Theatrical Productions

Atlantic Time: 4pm
Eastern Time: 3pm
Central Time: 2pm
Mountain Time: 1pm
Pacific Time: 12pm

Discover how writers have been getting compensated at different stages of the production process.

In this panel, moderated by Ralph Sevush, you'll learn about commissions, advances, royalties, and other forms of compensation from theatrical productions, so that you’ll be informed and empowered to negotiate for your own equitable compensation based on current industry standards.

Panelists:  Lauren Gunderson, Roger Q. Mason, Diana Burbano

 

 

Friday, May 13


Production Compensation Part Two: Advice for Theatre Writers on Making Income from Subsidiary Markets
 

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Atlantic Time: 4pm
Eastern Time: 3pm
Central Time: 2pm
Mountain Time: 1pm
Pacific Time: 12pm

What happens after you receive your first production? How can you be sure to continue to receive reasonable compensation for additional productions in other markets, according to current industry norms? And what do subsidiary markets have to do with production compensation? Join Ralph Sevush as he moderates a panel on subsidiary markets for production. This session will explore compensation through Stock and Amateur and Audio-Visual subsidiary rights, royalties from Foreign productions, and more.

Panelists: Doug Wright, Tonda Marton, Don Zolidis
 

These panels are part of a series, presented by the Dramatists Guild's Best Practices Committee, that investigates how dramatists are compensated for their work.


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