The UN Inspector
The UN Inspector by David Farr is a riotous satire, based on Nikolai Gogol’s masterpiece The Government Inspector, exploring human greed and immorality in the highest places.
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Spotted at the Marriott by government aides in search of a decent cappuccino, a British businessman nonentity is mistaken for the dreaded UN inspector. While he exploits the situation for all it’s worth, presidential panic ensues as ex-Soviet Ministers make farcical attempts to cover up the corruption that lies at the State’s core.
A riotous satire based on Gogol’s masterpiece, The Government Inspector, David Farr’s new play explores human greed and immorality in the highest places.
The UN Inspector premiered at the National Theatre, London in June 2005.
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