Frankie, Johnny and Terrence McNally: Audra McDonald on the classic romance

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The revered US playwright, who died earlier this week, is remembered as a kind, wickedly funny friend by the actor who starred in three of his plays

There is a musicality to all three of the Terrence McNally shows I did on Broadway: Master Class concerns the great diva Maria Callas; Ragtime, of course, is about a style of music; and in Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune, each of the characters is moved, without really understanding why, by the Debussy piece that changes the temperature of the room.

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