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Harper Lee Estate Sues Over 'To Kill A Mockingbird' Broadway Script By aaron sorkin. lee, the author's estate is suing producer Scott Rudin over the script of. in 2015 requires that the play "not derogate or depart in any manner from. Rudin's attorneys argue that even if Lee's estate believes the play.
‘Mockingbird’ Play Publisher Demands $500,000 From harper lee estate;. ‘mockingbird’ play Publisher Demands $500,000 From Harper Lee Estate.. "This is an action between the Dramatic Publishing Company and the estate of Harper Lee, and as such we have no comment.".
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5 days ago. A filing seeking arbitration says the estate allowed eight theaters around the United States to stage “To Kill a Mockingbird,” then flip-flopped at.
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‘Mockingbird’ Play Publisher Demands $500,000 From harper lee estate somsirsa Advert , media 8 march, 2019 0 Minutes A filing seeking arbitration says the estate allowed eight theaters around the United States to stage "To Kill a Mockingbird," then flip-flopped at the last minute.
The contract allowed Dramatic Publishing to sell licenses to local theaters to stage the Sergel play, and Dramatic, in turn, would pay royalties to Ms. Lee, and now her estate. The author earned millions of dollars in royalties from the play over the years, the complaint says.