Terrence McNally's Frankie and Johnny in the Clair De Lune Presented by the Ruskin Group
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I saw this play in NYC with Edie Falco & John Petrucci and was entranced, so I had a pretty high bar. Bottom line, I thoroughly enjoyed seeing it again and was glad I went. I thought "Johnny" did a very good job with the part; "Frankie" fell a little flat for me - although the range of emotions she plays with only the two of them on stage must be incredibly difficult. Part of the issue also could have been the "ultra-intimate" theater (maybe 30 seats and no raised stage) so you really saw every facial expression and movement. You should definitely go if you've not seen the play before.
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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.