Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune
Frankie and Johnny work at the same restaurant. She's a waitress, he's a cook. Johnny's convinced that people must connect or they die. Frankie needs isolation. Somehow he convinces her to go on a date (and he's got his work cut out for him). In a New York studio apartment, two damaged, seemingly opposite beings come together and make a connection. Jenn Peters directs the OnStage Playhouse production with a delicate brush that recalls the musical tones of Claire de Lune itself. Terri Brown is vulnerable and convincing as Frankie, and Charles Peters has the perfect balance of bravado and gentleness.Critic's Pick.
— Review by J.B. Harrison
Ongoing until Saturday, February 23, 2019