Terrence McNally's Frankie and Johnny in the Clair De Lune Presented by the Ruskin Group
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A Jewish family's tension between identity and spirituality boils over in Robin Russin's comedic drama The Face in the Reeds. When Christina's family gathers for its annual dinner celebrating Passover, it sparks a heated debate that moves between the true meaning of the holiday and starkly existential topics such as the value of life and the shadow of death that symbolically "passes over" their house. The cumulative effect is a poignant, frequently funny rumination on freedom, family, forgiveness, and what we owe to our faith, our past and or tribe in spite of what we actually believe. Learn More
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The actors were so compelling that they really made you feel that they were who they were portraying -- not just actors playing the characters. Very powerful, very poignant, very well done. I didn't want it to be over. I wanted to stay for the...continued
Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune is a play about a woman and a man. They work together in a restaurant. Frankie’s a waitress, Johnny’s a cook. They meet but don’t connect. The beginning of the play finds them in Frankie’s apartment after making love on the night of their first date. Throughout the two-act play, the star-crossed lovers are faced with trying to salvage something that ought to last, and not self-destruct.