Updates from Local 764

Obama’s Latest Lifeline for Unions - WSJ

Pat White speaking at IATSE Advanced Officer Institute in Linthicum MD @IATSE #764strong

This is a great reminder, What Have American Unions Ever Done For Us? via @YouTube

About Us

The Theatrical Wardrobe Attendants in New York City first organized in 1919 as a federal union affiliated with the American Federation of Labor.  In 1942, this union was granted a charter to become part of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Moving Picture Technicians, Artists and Allied Crafts of the United States, its Territories and Canada.  In 1982 the word “attendants” was dropped from the name and the Local was issued a new charter as “Theatrical Wardrobe Union, Local 764 of the I.A.T.S.E”.  The Local currently has over 1,200 members working in all aspects of costume and wardrobe work in the New York City area in virtually every major live entertainment venue in the city, as well as on television shows and motion pictures shooting within a 50-mile radius of Columbus Circle.


Latest News & Announcements


New Vision/Orthotic Benefit Information

OVERVIEW OF THE VISION VOUCHER VS. VISION REIMBURSEMENT CLAIM BENEFIT FORM To obtain your Vision Benefits, the Vision Voucher must be presented to ...

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Local 764 Dedicated Hotlines at the IATSE National Benefit Funds

The IATSE National Benefit Funds (NBF) are now set up for our membership to utilize the following DIRECT CONTACT METHODS: If calling to the main n...

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FAQ about the Merger of the Local 764 Welfare Fund into IATSE National Benefit Funds Welfare Plan C

Many Local 764 members have taken the time to ask in depth questions regarding the merger of the Local 764 Welfare Fund into the IATSE National Health...

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