The Censorship Issue Jan/Feb 2018

This edition of The Dramatist focuses on censorship. Tim McCarthy interviews Paula Vogel about her new play Indecent, Faye Sholiton  DG's second annual Banned Together Censorship Cabaret and dramatists respond to the question of whether they censor themselves while writing. A special 1971 feature on The Freedom to Write, led by Arthur Miller, is included from the archives. In addition, Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty pay tribute to their collaborator Thomas Meehan, who passed away the previous summer. Also in this issue, Lauren Yee answers Ten Questions about her writing process, Eve Ensler (V) discusses The Craft, and Robert Lopez shares "Why I Joined the Guild."

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