The new Georgia Musical Tax Credit applies to qualifying touring musicals and recorded musical performances. Photo credit: Pixabay https://pixabay.com After the success of Georgia’s production tax credit, the state enacted a new tax credit to boost the music industry. On January 1, 2018, Georgia’s Musical Tax Credit went into full effect, and the tax credit grants qualifying […]
This week, the 2nd installment of The Seay Firm’s Working Title Playwrights newsletter Q&A was sent out. This installment discusses some major issues relevant to not only writers, but artists of all kinds. Joint works, licenses for third-party content, fair use, and copyright infringement all are discussed. Read the full article here and below. More Common Questions […]
Atlanta entertainment lawyer John Seay contributed a Q&A-style article on issues relating to copyright (and specifically targeting playwrights) on the Working Title Playwrights Blog. Check it out, and while you’re over there, take a minute to learn more about Working Title Playwrights – an Atlanta-based non-profit organization.
We are pleased to announce that earlier this month John Seay was named to the Board of Directors of Working Title Playwrights, an Atlanta-based non-profit organization that provides all playwrights with the opportunity to excel by helping them tell their stories for the stage, fostering the development of well-crafted plays, and increasing the visibility of theatre in […]