FINE ART OF DISTINCTIONS

Historically, a director’s staging of a play has had the same legal status as a singer’s interpretation of a song, but John Rando, the director of Urinetown, thinks it should be protected by copyright and subject to royalty. Whether or not the directors of the Akron and Chicago productions of Urinetown stole his ideas, this claim is clearly defensible…”

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