Creating a stir is nothing new in our nation's outwardly staid, easily scandalized capital. And the city's celebrated Arena Stage has never shied away from making waves. But when you take Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and set it atop a house sunk halfway into the floor of the theatre's flagship space, you're bound to raise a few well-groomed eyebrows. That's just what Prague-born scenographer Pavel Dobrusky did in his recent collaboration with Arena's new artistic director, ...

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