Nikosida You will be redirected back to your article in seconds. He can misjudge his strength and jorder can destroy himself. Or there might be a better play, because Korder would have had to acknowledge that some boys do come to their adult senses and finally leave their extended boyhood — and their laggard friends — behind. Jul 23, Erin Carlton rated it really liked it. Published January 1st by Dramatists Play Service.
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Sep 19, Lauren rated it it was ok. Please fill out this field with valid email address. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. A good play, partially trying to explain and partially trying to pardon guys being jerks.
Refresh and try again. Phyllis rated it really liked it Mar 06, Its illustration of protracted adolescence, sexual predatoriness, selfishness, emotional insecurity and competitiveness no longer has anything fresh to teach us. Twenty years later, these guys and their post-adolescent limbo just seem tediously familiar. Scanavino is eager-to-please stoner Don, who falls in love and seems to want to become an emotional adult, even if he has trouble fully convincing himself.
Books by Howard Korder. Previous video Next video. Kenny rated it liked it Oct 29, He can undertake an adventure.
Chalea Renay rated it liked it Dec 03, Cruz Castillo rated it liked it Feb 01, The problem is that Korder mistakenly thinks their lives are worth looking at — and possibly learning from. What would Ray Charles do in a situation like this? A couple classics are [ Directed by Michael Greif. It would be genius. And its caustic, quippish dialogue is more often glib than funny. Dramatists Play Service, Inc. He can misjudge his strength and he can destroy himself. Premier Logo Created with Sketch.
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What would Ray Charles do in a situation like this? He can undertake an adventure. Locations New York City. Jul 23, Erin Carlton rated it really liked it. Helen Swanson rated it it was ok Dec 18, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Return to Book Page. Directed by Michael Greif.