Isaac Butler is a director and writer. Recent directing work includes Brooklyn Babylon at BAM Next Wave, MilkMilkLemonade at Under St. Mark's, Julian at Dixon Place and many other new works. He's been published in American Theatre, PANK, NarrativelyNY, Slate, Huffington Post, Hooded Utilitarian, The Fiddleback and others. He is working on his first book, The Thousand Natural Shocks: A Father, A Family, A Crisis of Faith.
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Creativity and collaboration both rely on trust and on the work of other people. But the law seeks to make the murky concrete, and the complicated simple. This is why we should keep our understanding of piracy (and for that matter, plagiarism) to the very clear cases when scripts and designs are used without their creators’ permission.