Newhouse Theater

BOYS' LIFE, a comedy written by Howard Korder, is a 1980s take on much the same territory that David Mamet mined in his early one-act, Sexual Perversity in Chicago: guys who won't grow up, women who would like to kill them, the whole hilarious unhappy mess. The play was cast with members of the Atlantic Theatre Company, founded in 1983 by David Mamet and William H. Macy. Mr. Macy, well-known for his performances in plays by Mr. Mamet, directed BOYS' LIFE.