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Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune

is the first, and probably only, sex comedy about grace. It begins where most sex comedies end, with the lovers in bed, then follows their pursuit of intimacy, which, for playwright Terrence McNally is the closest we mortals can come to heaven on earth. It’s a dicey affair, at best: Johnny is charming but also manic and needy, with a past full of trouble; Frankie has been betrayed once too often and is devas

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