Records include governance documents including some minutes, the articles of incorporation, by-laws, and balloting results.
The Bay Area Labor Theatre was a multi-project political theater association of over 75 workers and artists from around the
San Francisco Bay. BALT campaigned in support for local labor strikes, abortion rights, and against U. S. intervention in
Central America. Internally work focused on skills development workshops. BALT projects included a picket line troupe, Front
Line Action Collective (FLAC) which brought short, issue oriented sketches to picket lines, rallies and meetings through out
the area; an improvisation workshop; a 25 voice Labor Chorus performing upbeat programs of songs, developing a musical revue
to tour theaters and union halls; a KPFA radio project; and a publication, Critical Times. BALT also became involved in teaching, participating in a San Francisco Community College Labor Studies Department program
(May 1981) entitled "Work, Workers and Workers Art."
.75 cubic ft. (2 boxes)
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