Performers. Each Party shall, as regards performers, provide for the exclusive right to authorise or prohibit:
Performers. Each Party shall provide for performers to have the exclusive right to authorise or prohibit:
Performers. USR shall have the right to use and authorize others to use the names, likenesses and voices of any performers and other persons who have rendered services in connection with the Programs, and biographical information about them, for advertising and purposes of trade in connection with the CD-ROM Devices and in institutional advertising for USR in all formats, markets and media now known or hereafter devised.
Performers. The work of performers will frequently put them in close (less than 6 feet) contact with other performers or cast and crew including, for example, hair stylists, make-up artists, stunt coordinators, costumers and wardrobe personnel. Face coverings/masks may not be practical during many of these activities. Additionally, certain activities such as fight scenes or intimate scenes increase the risk of transmission. • Whenever possible, unvaccinated performers shall practice physical distancing. • For productions operating under Part I of the Return to Work Agreement: o When maintaining physical distancing is not possible (e.g., between a performer and make-up artist) and the performer cannot wear appropriate PPE, contact must be kept to the shortest amount of time possible, and the other cast or crew member must wear appropriate PPE and observe hand hygiene practices. o The number of people involved in close proximity with a performer should be kept to a minimum whenever possible. • For productions operating under Part II of the Return to Work Agreement: o Unless the performer agrees otherwise, make-up and hair personnel will be required to wear masks when physical distancing is not possible and the performer cannot wear PPE. o The number of unvaccinated people in close proximity with a performer should be kept to a minimum whenever possible. • Unvaccinated visitors should be limited unless their presence is absolutely necessary.2 If unvaccinated visitors must come, they will be subject to the same guidance as cast and crew, including, but not limited to, symptom screening and/or temperature screening, and PPE requirements. • When performers are in a holding area, waiting to be used in a production, employers and performers must adhere to the recommendations outlined herein, including recommendations regarding physical distancing and the use of PPE.
Performers. The names and addresses of each person who is part of the Performer and/or who will appear during the Performance, the amounts to be paid to each, and the Performer's social security numbers or Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN) and union numbers, if any, are as set forth on Addendum A.
Performers. Licensee shall deliver to Licensor a list of all persons appearing in the Program, including all artist contact information, at least thirty (30) business days prior to the first day of the Program. The appearances of such persons shall be subject to Licensor's prior approval, which shall not be unreasonably withheld.