This is a very thorough text on the business done and situations faced by Equity Stage Managers. There is an entire chapter discussing the basic Equity contract and what it means to you (especially helpful with the scheduling and break-time rules) and tons of first-person stories from colleagues of the author. However, the stated mission of the book is to discuss union productions and needs. Therefore, the book is of very limited value for people not in that situation. Kelly, Stern, or even Ionazzi would be a much better investment for the person on her or his first stage management job.
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