Tag Archives: Terrence McNally

The Stendhal Syndrome

“In the opener, a trio of tourists . . . contemplate Michelangelo’s David in hilarious Restoration comedy-like asides as they are overcome by the…

Some Men and Deuce

“A breezy series of sketches . . . droll observations on the difficulties of translating the classic gay sensibility . . . a pageant…

Selected Works

From one of America’s most important contemporary playwrights, a definitive collection of work, including two never-before-published plays, interspersed with personal essays unique to this…

Corpus Christi

“One of McNally’s best, most moving and personal works . . . His updating of the Christ story is witty but not patronizing, as…