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The Boston Globe

Theater & art


A declawed ‘Cat’ in Wellfleet

WELLFLEET — It probably goes without saying that any director is legitimately entitled to a degree of interpretive license.

But in her Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater production of Tennessee Williams’s “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,’’ Elizabeth Falk — who is credited with “script redaction’’ in addition to directing — has used that license in a debatable way, diminishing some of the play’s unsettling force.

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