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Terrence McNally’s Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune takes place in a one room walk-up apartment in the west side of New York City, two lonely, middle-aged people on a first date end up tumbling into bed, and have great sex.  Johnny, (Damien Richardson) is a short order cook, Frankie, (Kate Kendall) is a waitress. Johnny is sure he has found his soul mate in Frankie. She, on the other hand, is far more cautious and disinclined to jump to conclusions and has written off the encounter as a one-night stand. As the night unfolds, they slowly begin to reveal themselves …..

Director, Colette Mann; Starring Kate Kendall and Damien Richardson; Voice Over (Marlon) Stefan Dennis;

Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune was first produced by Manhattan Theatre Club Stage 11 at City Centre in New York City on June 2nd 1987, and featured; Kathy Bates, F Murray Abraham and Dominic Cuskern.

Please note this performance contains full frontal nudity, coarse language and strong sex scenes.

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