For many men, midlife transition is a period of emotional turmoil rooted in the disparity between what they have become and what they had dreamed of becoming. Halftime takes a candid look into the lives and emotions of five Yale graduate men at midlife. The program profiles five men from the Yale University class of 1963. A Hollywood producer, a psychotherapist, a prosecutor, a former executive of a large upstate New York corporation and a Nebraska bank president struggle against the taboo of males openly discussing their emotions, as they confront such turbulent issues as career failure, infidelity, virility and homosexuality. Halftime emerged from a questionnaire sent to all members of the Yale Class of 1963 in preparation for its 25th reunion. From 800 questionnaires mailed, 500 were returned. Some 200 classmates agreed to be taped for national television, and from those the final five were selected. David Sutherland says, "The program focuses on what these men are feeling in this ...