News of the recent Urinetown controversy spread quickly through the theatre community when five members of the creative team — the director, the choreographer, and the set, lighting, and costume designers — of the original Broadway show charged that licensed productions in Chicago and Akron, Ohio, copied their work without permission. While the local productions had a license to reproduce the script and music, the team claimed that the license did not include the rights to the original ...

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