Why do you ask for a date of birth?
We understand that many of our members deal with ageism, and we work against any kind of discrimination that members of the Guild face in the theatre. By asking for your date of birth, we are merely making sure we have a unique identifier to add to your file. Since some members could have the same name, we ask a variety of other identifying questions to make sure that your file is personalized to you. These identifiers include, but are not limited to: ethnicity, date of birth, home address, etc.
Why do you ask for ethnicity?
We here at the Guild understand that many of our members deal with racism, and we actively work against any kind of discrimination that members face in the theatre. By asking for your ethnicity, we are merely making sure that we have a unique ...
Do I have to pay dues if my Member Card has an expiration date of March 2022?
While all Member Cards are now on a 4 year cycle, we ask that you continue to pay your dues each year in order to keep your membership active.
Can I ask for business advice without being a member?
We are unable to provide any business advice or answer business related questions unless you are a member of the Guild. Once a member, you can speak to one of our staff lawyers. Please feel free to visit our Why Should You Join page to explore if ...
What is Lifetime Membership?
Lifetime membership is a benefit we are offering our loyal members over the age of 65 and have been a member for at least 5 consecutive years. Essentially, it is a free membership. All of your benefits would be exactly the same, with the only ...
I paid my dues. Why haven't I received my Member Card?
As of 2018, we no longer mail out Member Cards each time you renew your membership. Now, all Member Cards are valid until March 2020, and each additional card issued after that date will be on a 4 year cycle. We do ask that you pay your dues each ...