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After one too many hurtful relationships, the last thing that waitress Frankie wants is a new man. Yet here she is, lying next to Johnny, a compulsive talker and hopeless romantic, listening to Bach and Debussy on the radio and the sound of a city that never sleeps. Two very normal, very real people sparring, spatting and sparkling their way through all the one hundred and one reasons why people never fall in love. Steeped in 1980's America, and made famous by Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer's film performances, Tony award-winning playwright Terrence McNally's play is a modern classic of bittersweet laughter and love.Performers Dervla Kirwan (Frankie), Neil Stuke (Johnny).
Author Terrence McNally. Corporate Sponsor Genesis Town Planning. Producer Chichester Festival Theatre. Director Paulette Randall. Design Libby Watson. Lighting Mark Jonathan. Sound Al Ashford.
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