What constitutes an original script?

by David Crowe on 24 August 2013

“An original script is defined as one being used in an original production, which original production has had its first public performance within the previous two years or at the current FEATS. It must have the director, set and interpretation that it had when first performed in public, although individual cast members can have changed since that first performance.”

A longer discussion on the notion of original script is published here, with the approval of the FEATS steering committee.