"There are a lot of plays out there being done on Zoom," he says. "This is something else. It's not a stage play. It's a play for Zoom. As a writer, it's a different form, and as a director it's a very different form."
The current Broadway production of "The Inheritance," the two-part six-and-a-half-hour play by Matthew Lopez "that is inspired by the novel 'Howards End' by E. M. Forster" has potential audiences asking: Do you see both parts in one day or over two days?
Director Michael Wilson talks about "The Young Man From Atlanta," Horton Foote and why he thinks "there is a growing appreciation for his work, and there is place for him the pantheon in great American playwrights."
"The Chi" writer Marcus Gardley mixes history, some August Wilson and Tennessee Williams and a little voodoo in "The House That Will Not Stand," his haunting adaptation of "The House of Bernarda Alba."