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date: 16 October 2019

censorship 

Source:
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance
Author(s):

John Russell Stephens,

John Russell Stephens,

Edward Braun,

Mark Fearnow,

Adam Versényi,

Siyuan Liu,

Jae-Oh Choi,

J. Thomas Rimer,

Kirstin Pauka,

John Conteh-Morgan,

David Kerr

In the theatre, the act of interference, usually by or on behalf of government authority, in the content or representation ...

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