Please note the difference between the rights for dramatic and non-dramatic works.
If the performance of a dramatic work takes place in the course of a face-to-face teaching activity and is conducted in the classroom or similar place devoted to instruction, the performance may be exempt from the need to obtain copyright permission.
If the dramatic work is protected by copyright, permission must be obtained from the copyright holder in order to video record or audio record the performance and to retain or distribute that production, even if the performance itself is exempt from the need to obtain copyright permission.
The performance of a non-dramatic work may be exempt from the need to obtain copyright permission if:
It is transmitted to people with disabilities who are part of the instructional program but unable to present in the classroom.
The performance is not broadcast, is open to the public, the performers are not compensated, there is no admission charge, any proceeds go to educational purposes, and the copyright owner does not object in writing more than seven days before the performance.
Any performance of a dramatic or non-dramatic copyrighted work not specifically exempted above requires permission and/or payment of royalties from the copyright owner, both for performance and for the rights to video record or audio record the performance and retain or distribute the production.