I was thinking about the words of Prelapsarianov at the start of part two when he says, can we change? In time? Is it possible to create a society, a democracy that has the moral, economic, and political authority to take care of its citizens? Is it possible to create a society that has the desire and the courage to sustain a culture based on equality, inclusiveness, and justice? And it actually answers the question, that we can. It’s one of the most optimistic plays I’ve ever worked on in spite of the relentless darkness and terror that is evoked on stage it ultimately ends up being this sort of transcendent moment of grace.