Video: Playwright Zack Fine Talks About Failure, Thoreau, and ‘Bewilderness’

Zack Fine’s first play Bewilderness premiered at Playmakers Repertory Company earlier this week. Hear what Fine has to say about the writing process, embracing failure, and his obsession with Henry David Thoreau.

Bewilderness runs through Sunday, January 13th at Playmakers Repertory Company in Chapel Hill. For more information visit: For more information on Fine visit:

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