Ask if it's Equity!

Some of you might remember the book cover I drew for the Actors' Equity Association's centennial coffee table book. Well, they've had me back for another collaboration. I've contributed illustrations to the new Actors' Equity Association campaign called "Ask If It's Equity" which is a resource for those around the country wondering if the "direct from Broadway" shows they're paying to see are using actors and stage managers supported by AEA as they are in Broadway productions.

 The head of the splash page.

The head of the splash page.

Presenters of non-union tours are typically charging theater-goers the same amount for tickets while cutting costs in the field of onstage artists, and without the requirements of the protection and benefits these artists can receive as members of Equity.  This resource simply simply allows the theater-going public to know which is which without having to dig through the sometimes deceptive publicity.

Anyhoo. My doodles are used here and in various banner ads and other promotional graphics around the land of the interwebs. I love how they credit my work:

 Justin Robertson, AEA member since 2004.

Justin Robertson, AEA member since 2004.