My new play is called ‘Search for Motive.’ It’s an excruciating yet commonplace story about the piecing together of evidence after a mass shooting: letters and phone calls and domestic relationships and gas station purchases and high school yearbook pictures and bank accounts and lonely one bedroom apartments and listless gazes at interstates and black pants with pockets and furious, furious despair. It offers no insight or answers. It’s currently playing in every city, everywhere. It’s immersive, and happens around when you least expect it. Tickets are free and forced upon you.