However, Dominic Cooke’s production of Emlyn Williams’ play The Corn Is Green makes a good case for reviving it but the real reason to see the drama is for Nicola Walker.
Even 20th century drama is under threat. So can the National Theatre buck this trend with this rediscovery of The Corn Is Green, and some help from its star, Nicola Walker?
Mary Laws’ Blueberry Toast is definitely a play worth seeing. It says a lot about contemporary American society in the age of Trump. The last image alone, of a smiling teenage boy sitting down smiling whilst holding a handgun, is particularly poignant.