Did a search and surprisingly couldn't find anything on this topic. It's always been my policy that there is absolutely no videotaping during a copyrighted performance, i.e. plays and musicals you have the buy the rights for. This didn't really matter much because until recently I wasn't the one making the call on whether that would be allowed or not, I just gave my opinion and the powers that be did what they wanted. Well now I'm the powers that be and I'm catching a lot of flack from actors, family members, etc for this policy. Apparently most of the theaters around this area have no problem with it. So, question for the hive mind, how strict are you on videotaping? How do you enforce it/say no? Really just looking for some evidence that I'm not the only grumpy old man being harsh about this.