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"Since Pelikan has been doing theatre in LA for nearly 25 years, what can she suggest that could make it more vital, similar to New York and London? “It seems simple,” she says after a thoughtful pause. “We need to pay actors a living wage. If actors are given a way to live by working their craft, then they will have a deeper commitment to the work."
"How is the rehearsal process different here than in England? She pauses before making the comparison. “In practical terms, if it is a professional show in the UK, actors are paid a weekly salary, however small or large, even in the smallest of fringe theatres in London. So there is a regular rehearsal schedule that everyone adheres to over the course of approximately four to six weeks and there is no time off for any reason, apart from the most extraordinary personal circumstances or illness."
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