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re: Revising Tennessee for a black 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof'
Posted by: whereismikeyfl 03:17 pm EDT 04/21/21
In reply to: re: Revising Tennessee for a black 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof' - Revned 03:02 pm EDT 04/21/21

The rules are different in theater. By statute, the playwright retains copyright to the script in theater. For film it is possible to sell rights so that once the contract is signed the studio can make whatever changes they want.

So if Williams' estate did not specify in the contract what changes were forbidden, then new storylines, a happy ending, and a dance number can all be added.
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