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.
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC