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A Broadway actor has spoken out against an audience member who broke theatre rules by taking a photograph during a nude scene. The Terrence McNally play, first staged in and later adapted for film, is a romance that opens with the two characters in the throes of passion in a sex scene. But until Frankie and Johnny, she said she had never before performed a nude scene on stage.
To whoever it was in the audience that took a flash photo during our nude scene today: Not cool. Not cool at all. Before the show opened in May, she publicly shared her fears about doing the scene in an interview.
The director Arin Arbus brought in an intimacy coordinator — as is increasingly common on stage and screen in the wake of the MeToo movement — to help stage it. Unwanted photos during nude scenes is an ongoing problem for theatres.
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