Graham Greene's play about deluded, pathetic atheist families rejecting their religious members. Because that is a problem. Ever hear the saying that when you describe others, you also describe yourself, Mr. Greene? Aside from that, the dialogue and situations in The Potting Shed are repetitive and anvilacious. I am a fan of Greene's novels, because they allow for subtlety and depth. But plays, no, not his art form.
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