"Bright Room" is arguably a flawed work of a master, a product of another era that doesn't land as it did (but some would say, it was always a challenge). "The Inheritance" is a current much-discussed piece, and invites much rumination and conversation about community, legacy -- all the stuff you know. Full disclosure: I read the play, but resisted the production til I scored a TDF seat. I'm very glad I went (this week); it's a piece that has an entirely different emotional impact on the stage, in no small part thanks to Daldry and the actors in the leading roles. It's beyond my pay grade to say it's an important play; but it generates several important discussions. I wouldn't miss it.