Boys’ Life by Howard Korder (1988)
Theatre | DramaBlurb:
“Two gripping plays by one of America’s most exciting playwrights Boy’s Life: love, relationships, and growing up in New York City “a substantial play. It makes Howard Korder a presence to take seriously in the theater” (Village Voice); Search and Destroy: corporate politics, lies and relationships “You know the worst thing a man can do, Mr Carling? He can undertake an adventure. He can misjudge his strength and he can destroy himself.” The Daily Telegraph described it as “one of those all-too-rare plays where you desperately want to know what is going to happen next.” Search and Destroy received its British premiere at the Royal Court Theatre in May 1993.”
pooled ink Review:
P.S. I performed a scene from this play…still nothing special.
Posted on Goodreads on February 1, 2014
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