Welcome International Alliance of Theatrical Stagehands Local 74
I.A.T.S.E. Local 74 of Southern Connecticut celebrating over 120 years of service to our clients and venues. We provide a technically trained labor force 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.
IATSE Local 74
P.O. Box 9075, New Haven, CT 06532
Info@iatse74.org or 203-497-3067Paused
VENUE REQUIREMENTS FOR COVID 19
IATSE encourages all members to get vaccinated against COVID-19 to support the safe return of the performing arts. Per the IATSE Stagecraft Department, an employer may adopt a rule that generally requires employees to be vaccinated. It is not an invasion of privacy or a violation of state, local or federal law to adopt or enforce such a rule. While employers can mandate vaccinations, they are required to try to accommodate individuals with documented health or religious concerns that prevent them from being vaccinated. Please contact the venues directly if you wish to apply for an exemption from the COVID-19 vaccination policies due to a medical reason or because of a sincerely held religious belief.
*Some venue requirements have changed as of May 1st. Please visit venue websites for up to date information if you have questions. Most importantly stay safe and healthy!
IATSE EQUALITY STATEMENT
The following Equality Statement was unanimously approved at the 2015 Winter General Executive Board Meeting in Hollywood, Florida, and updated at the 2018 Mid-Summer General Executive Board Meeting in New York City. It outlines the IATSE’s commitment to creating an inclusive working environment where differences are valued and equality is celebrated.
"Equal rights are the cornerstone of the labor movement. Unions were founded on the principle that all people are equal and all people are deserving of respect and fair treatment. Equality issues run through all areas of trade union activities – from health and safety to wage negotiations.The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) is committed to equality of opportunity and to eliminating all forms of discrimination. We are opposed to unlawful and unfair discrimination and oppression on the grounds of sex, gender identity and expression, relationship or marital status, race or ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, age, language, background, political or religious beliefs, physical appearance, pregnancy or responsibility for dependents.We believe that equality for all is a basic human right and we actively oppose all forms of unlawful and unfair discrimination. IATSE leaders and members must be vigilant in working, both with each other and with our employers, to promote an equal and welcoming environment for all people, through our actions, attitudes, and language. The IATSE celebrates the diversity of society and is striving to promote and reflect that diversity within this organization."