Very Good in very good jacket. 1880399342 Book Description 1. Bringing It All Back Home 2. Noon 3. Botticelli 4. Next 5. ? Cuba Si! 6. Sweet Eros 7. Witness 8. Whiskey 9. Bad Habits 10. The Ritz 11. Prelude & Liebestod 12. Andre's Mother 13. The Wibbly, Wobbly, Wiggly Dance That Cleopatterer Did 14. Street Talk 15. Hidden Agendas Editorial Reviews From Library Journal McNally has proven to be a remarkable playwright with truly enjoyable works that warm the heart, make one chuckle, and even touch one's soul. His book for the musical Kiss of the Spider Woman has become a cult work, and the f ilm version of Frankie and Johnny at the Clair de Lune starred Al Pacino. T he 15 short plays here act as snapshots of this remarkable man's long caree r and deserve a place in the archives of his achievements. They include Bri nging It All Back Home; The Ritz (which was filmed in the 1970s); Prelude a nd Liebestod; Andres's Mother (which was made into a TV movie); and Hidden Agendas. Though one wishes to see the actual productions, these plays are a delight to read. Indeed, they deserve to be read and re-read; their eloque nce clears the mind of day-to-day clutter. Highly recommended for all libra ries. H. Robert Malinowsky, Univ of Illinois at Chicago. Lib. Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc. From Booklist As anyone who follows theater knows, McNally, for the last decade or so, has been on a roll, turning out one witty, well-crafted off-Broadway comedy after another--Lisbon Traviata; Lips Together, Teeth Apart; and Frankie and Johnnie in the Clair de Lune, not to mention the Tony-winning book to the Broadway musical Kiss of the Spiderwoman. Less well known is th.
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