McDonagh, who wrote and directed this year’s Oscar contender The Banshees of Inisherin, as well as the Oscar-winning Three Billboards Outside Ebbings, Missouri (2017), said that the same theaters that offer to put on his plays now want to censor certain words
“In the last two or three years, yeah, I’ve had theaters ask me to change words in my plays from 20-25 years ago and refuse to put the plays on when I say no. And that’s dangerous,”he told MSN.
“Only in the past few years have I had theater companies refuse to do my plays because they don’t like some of the wording in them. And that’s for an established writer, who sells tickets.”
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