Problem: When the Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theatre (WHAT) opened in Cape Cod in 1985, the house “looked like an old oyster shack on the beach and had only 55 folding chairs.” Dramaturg Dan Lombardo says those limitations contributed to the magic they made, but the problems were many. Actors couldn't enter from stage-left because there was no wing on the left. “If they were in the wings on stage-right and had to make an entrance on stage-left, the only way to do it during some productions ...

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