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On this week’s episode, editors Rob Weinert-Kendt and Diep Tran are joined by Joshua Dachs, the founder of theatre planning and design firm Fisher Dachs Associates. They discuss the recent controversies around the Public Theater’s Julius Caesar and theatre critic Hedy Weiss, and what each case says about free speech and censorship. Then Dachs talks about his essay about the cyclical history of theatre design, which anchors AT‘s July/Aug. ’17 theme issue about theatre architecture.