Was one of Mamet's Goddard (Vt.) College students who followed him to Chicago and in 1973-74 founded the St. Nicholas Theatre Co., where Macy acted in the world premiere of Mamet's "Squirrels" and, in a transfer there from Goodman Theatre's Stage 2 series, "American Buffalo."
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On playing losers: When you do something well, they'll ask you to do it again. Early on, I must have done this well and the reputation was out there. It's strange because in my life, I don't feel like a loser. Far from it. I feel lucky.
He was nominated for a 1977 Joseph Jefferson Award for Actor in a Principal Role for his performance in "The Collected Works of Billy the Kid" at the St. Nicholas Theater Company in Chicago, Illinois.