Politics and theatre are often intertwined… some have even said that writing drama is an inherently political act. Writing an explicitly political work, though, has its own unique set of consequences and considerations.
Join DG Copyright Management [DG©M] on Friday, October 16 at 3:30pm EDT, for a conversation with Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning author Robert Schenkkan [All the Way, Great Society, Building the Wall, The Kentucky Cycle], in which we will examine the process of writing politics. Topics will include: What motivates a political work? How can a political work impact and build community? What rights issues are involved when writing about political figures? What are the consequences? This discussion will be moderated by DG Co-Executive Director and DG(c)M Board Member, Ralph Sevush.