The New York Times covers the changes made to the new mounting of the Broadway musical “On a Clear Day You can See Forever” which includes a gay twist. In the original work, Daisy, a women with ESP and has been reincarnated seeks treatment from a psychiatrist, who falls in love with her.
In the new version of the show, the role of Daisy becomes Davey, a gay men, played by David Turner, whose past life was as a woman. The psychiatrist treating him, played by Harry Connick Jr., falls in love not with him, but with his female past life.
You may have seen the movie “On a Clear Day You Can See Forever” with Barbara Streisand opposite Yves Montand.
Here’s Babs signing the title piece in the movie-