The Government Inspector
Nicholas Newell, Directing
The Government Inspector tells of an unfortunate case of mistaken identity that sends a Russian village spiraling into a world of panic and greed after locals learn that an undercover government inspector is coming for a surprise visit.
“The Government Inspector is as relevant a satire on immoral leadership as when it was written in 1836,” said Nicholas Newell, professor of theater and director of the performance. “When the corrupt government of a small town mistakes a down-on-his-luck gambler for the secret inspector sent to investigate them, there is no end to what they do to get on his good side.
Georgia Southern University Theatre
Place of Performance
Newell, Nicholas D., "The Government Inspector" (2014). Communication Arts Faculty Performances. 2.