the Great White Way. When Nicole Kidman appeared nude in 1998’s “The Blue Room,” she caused a sensation. Four years later Kathleen Turner’s frontal flash in “The Graduate” also turned heads. And when Daniel Radcliffe went the full monty in “Equus” in 2008, ushers had to work overtime to combat covert shutterbugs trying to shoot the “Harry Potter” wizard. “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” director Sean Mathias knows the power of nudity. He directed the fully-frontal naked Jude Law in the 1995 Broadway production of “Indiscretions.” Mathias directed a different version of “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” in London starring Anna Friel in 2009. The play was rewritten for Broadway but the nude scene remained intact. According to one theater insider, Clarke isn’t phased by the nudity. “She’s been nude in ‘Game of Thrones,’” said the source.