Playbill Poll: Should Plays Be Rated Like Movies?

News   Playbill Poll: Should Plays Be Rated Like Movies?
 
A theatre in North Carolina has begun rating its plays much as the MPAA does, giving shows G, PG, PG-12, R, etc. ratings for sex, language, violence and racial content. How do you feel about this? Should plays be rated like movies? Would it make people more likely to go to the theatre? What effect would it have on playwrights?

A theatre in North Carolina has begun rating its plays much as the MPAA does, giving shows G, PG, PG-12, R, etc. ratings for sex, language, violence and racial content. How do you feel about this? Should plays be rated like movies? Would it make people more likely to go to the theatre? What effect would it have on playwrights?Please post your answers in the "Playbill Polls" topic on the Playbill On-Line Message Board.Playbill thanks all those who take the time to write.

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