I really enjoyed Schism, for the socio-political and psychological issues it raises. I also loved the depiction of how an unlikely relationship develops and how the couple destroys their relationship, almost destroying each other in the process.
Nightfall is peppered with amusing lines, which are like pithy sayings providing us with observations about a range of topics. Certainly, Nightfall could be perceived as giving us a social commentary about a variety of issues.
The joy of Matilda is not just that it celebrates cleverness, not just that it delights in naughtiness, but that it sees each as the essence of the other. All the joy in life is in bringing both together.
It will be important for dramatists like the author Robert Schenkkan to keep asking the questions raised in Building the Wall. The role of art is not simply in holding a mirror up to a distorted society, but in ensuring those distortions never become normalised.