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date: 04 February 2023

censorship 

Source:
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance
Author(s):
John Russell StephensJohn Russell Stephens, John Russell StephensJohn Russell Stephens, Edward BraunEdward Braun, Mark FearnowMark Fearnow, Adam VersényiAdam Versényi, Siyuan LiuSiyuan Liu, Jae-Oh ChoiJae-Oh Choi, J. Thomas RimerJ. Thomas Rimer, Kirstin PaukaKirstin Pauka, John Conteh-MorganJohn Conteh-Morgan, David KerrDavid Kerr

In the theatre, the act of interference, usually by or on behalf of government authority, in the content or representation of a dramatic work or other performance in order to ensure its conformity with prevailing political, moral, or religious norms.... ...

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