Meaning: problems among musicians, dancers, writers, actors, etc. that make it difficult or impossible for them to work together
- The press release said the band split up because of "creative differences".
- He was fired for being drunk onstage, but they said he quit because of "creative differences" with the play's director.
Often used euphemistically to avoid explaining the real reasons for the end of a creative relationship.
The studio cited "creative differences" as the reason for
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