“On a Clear Day You Can See Forever” Goes Gay

Nov 27, 2011 · 12862 views

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.

Harry Connick Jr. as the Psychiatrist

David Turner as Davey, not Daisy

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-

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