In the middle of the article, he brings up Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theatre.
But things change and times are tough. The adventurous Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater raised eyebrows this year when the staple "Noises Off" appeared on the schedule. Michael Frayn's farce is enjoyable, but its commercial hijinx aren't what the Wellfleet theater has been about.
In many ways, the Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater has been the closest thing we've had to Theatre Company of Boston. Wheeler and Benedict even staged "The Unexpected Man" there. But Jeff Zinn has had his own aesthetic, one that centered on edgy, contemporary work by the likes of Martin McDonagh and Tracy Letts. The Wellfeet theater has partially been a victim of its own success. Its 90-seat theater on the harbor was packing them in, so a 213-seat space on Route 6 was built. Some board members weren't happy about empty seats, and pressure has been mounting for more crowd-pleasers.