Freelance Task Force – Representation
Posted on: 12th June 2020
Recruitment to the Freelance Task Force is nearly complete. This page provides some information about representation across the freelancers appointed so far.
To find out more about the Freelance Task Force visit this page.
This page was last update at 12.06.2020 at 11:46AM.
The roles the freelancers represent are wide ranging. They include directors, technicians, producers, writers, set and costume designers, crew, production managers, sound designers, composers, fight directors, choreographers and movement directors, dramaturgs, actors and performers, casting directors, puppet makers, dancers, singers, theatre makers and more.
50% are 20-34
42% are 35-49
8% are 50-64
23% identify as D/deaf Disabled
5% identify as neuro-diverse or learning disabled
71% identify as non disabled
67% identify as female
30% identify as male
3% identify as trans/non-binary/define in a different way
53% identify as White
5% identify as Mixed
10% identify as Asian
18% identify as Black
14% other/prefer note to say
1% identify as upper-middle class
36% identify as middle class
62% identify as working class
1% identify as lower class
There is representation in every region in England as well as Scotland and Wales.
There are a wide range of immigration statuses represented. Please let us know if you would like more information.