Quote Originally Posted by haris
1. Go to the responsible person in theater, or production of play and ask for permission.

2. As I know usually you would hardly get permission to make photographs at time when play is presented for public. You will probably get permission to photograph general rehearsal (actors/tresses in costumes, scenery as needed, etc...)
Haris, thanks for the reply. However, the production people are fine. They are all clear with me. But maybe the publishing house and etc, if the photos are used afterwards in a long run like being posted on their web site or something. That's what I'm concerned about a bit because originally I was the one who agreed to record their images on film.

For my photo exhibiting purpose, there should be any problem by using their images I took, but for the general purpose of the promotion of the theater, there may be a problem. I don't know, but do people care about it as much?