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Rights for the screening of an old play production?

Post date: 2021-07-23 00:27:27
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We would like to screen (over zoom via screensharing) a video of an old play we put on about 20 years ago, to a private group. Do we need the rights, again?

We put on a play 20 years ago, for which we bought the rights. We've found a video, and as a way to have a reunion in covid-times would like to screen the video - but also 'simulcast' it over zoom for those who were in the play, but who are now living far away. We anticipate no more than 10 people, maximum, will log in. We had some concerns about the rights, however? Is this a violation, or allowable as it's a private group, not posted perpetually (one time screening), and not for any money/ticket sales? Thanks!!
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