Welcome International Alliance of Theatrical Stagehands Local 74
I.A.T.S.E. Local 74 of Southern Connecticut is thrilled to celebrate it's 120th Anniversary. We provide technically trained men and women in all areas of production including rigging, carpentry, lighting, sound, props, wardrobe, hair and makeup. You may not see us in the dark, but we are there spotlighting your artist, behind the video camera at your corporate meeting, or providing audio at your next basketball game. We are able to help you with all aspects of your production including payroll and ever changing labor needs.
Contact us today:
IATSE Local 74
P.O. Box 9075, New Haven, CT 06532
Info@iatse74.org or 203-497-3067Paused
ANNUAL YALE NEW HAVEN HOSPITAL TOY DRIVE
IATSE Local 74 has been collecting toys for the last two years during our holiday shows. This year we have to collect virtually by sending gifts directly to Yale New Haven Hospital. Through the link below, you will find gifts starting at $3! If you are able to participate in any way, please note your affiliation with IATSE Local 74 on the gift card. Have fun shopping!!
PLEASE CONSIDER DONATING TO THE YNHH TOY CLOSET
For the safety of patients, staff and volunteers, please consider purchasing toys from this registry. Toys can be ordered from a suggested wish list and will be shipped directly to the Toy Closet. They also welcome monetary donations to the Toy Closet Program. For more info, please call 203-688-5717 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now that all the election excitement is over, our country's focus has turned once again to fighting a second wave of Covid 19. We have helped with the fight by making masks, shields and promoting our members to GOTV. Let's not forget to remind them about those of us who are still sitting on the sidelines.
"From stages and venues to musicians and performers and most importantly the 12 million people who are working behind the scenes to bring shows to life, there is a massive ecosystem that has been brought to a halt without any shows currently taking place. Saving our stages is one component of what our industry needs. We also need to save the people who power live events so that they can bring music, theater, comedy and all kinds of culture back when the show can go on once again".
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