Thank you for joining us for the National Theatre’s An Inspector Calls! We are so proud to present this landmark production in the Cutler Majestic .
J.B. Priestley’s script offers all the twist and turns of an Agatha Christie novel, written for a post World War II world. He is asking us to look at class systems and consider our proximity to the most vulnerable people in our communities.
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“The highly stylized production adds to the eeriness of Priestley’s parable.”
“The 100 intermissionless minutes fly past.”
“We might as well call it — spoiler alert — ‘An Inspector Calls . . . And Ivanka Gets Woke.’”
“A terrific, measured performance by Brennan lends the proper gravitas to his final speech about our responsibility to one another and the price we will pay if we ignore that obligation.” –The Boston Globe
“With a moral heart that beats like thunder, the epic revival of this 1945 classic, itself a remounting of director Stephen Daldry’s 1995 production, both reveals truths about its characters and speaks to the audience’s collective conscience.”
“A wake-up call to take a hard look at all parts of oneself, the good, the bad and the ugly.”
“Both a delight and a cautionary tale…An Inspector Calls leaves you with food for thought.” –Cape Cod Times
“Race to see this smart, surprising, haunting, and gorgeously staged production only through Sunday. A cautionary ‘who done it’ for RIGHT NOW!” – Joyce Kulhawik
“Gripping Revival Rings True””It is remarkable that the dichotomy [Priestly] illustrates in An Inspector Calls reverberates so loudly seven decades after he wrote the play.”
“This is an example of what theater can do, must do, to remind us that we are all in it together.” – Broadway World
“Couldn’t be more timely…delightful…The entire cast is superb.” – South Shore Critic
“As fresh and urgent as if it was written yesterday.” –EDGE Boston
“This riveting, edgy and thought provoking mystery is a brilliant piece of theatre.” – Boston and Beyond
“This is an amazing show that really got me thinking!! It was 1 hour and 40 minutes of being riveted to the stage!! The play, costumes, set…were all spectacular!! Don’t miss this.” – Debbie, Facebook
“Made me feel as though I were seeing a Broadway or West End show, the set, music, and special effects were excellent as well as the cast” – Audience Survey
“WHAT an exceptional show” – @khemingway, Instagram
“Thank you for bringing this huge production to Boston in this day and age. I saw it 20 years ago in London but it resonated even more here and now. It’s brilliant and will be popular.” – Audience Survey
“LOVED the set design. Bravo! I wished the author of the play had written in a few more twists at the end. I loved the message, of course, there were no revelations. This of course has nothing to do with your production, which was fabulous!” – Audience Survey
“The social commentary was as relevant now as it was in 1945. I loved seeing the original set pieces from the 1992 revival. The Emerson Cutler Majestic is gorgeous!” – Audience Survey
“This was a GREAT performance!” – Audience Survey
“Thanks for bringing this show to Boston! Truly wonderful production.” – Audience Survey
“Great quality performance!” – Audience Survey
“”An Inspector Calls” showcased very strong performances, creative set design, and great direction and staging. Despite its 1945 provenance, J.B. Priestley’s play pricks the modern conscience.” – Audience Survey
“Fantastic show!” – Audience Survey
““An Inspector Calls” is one of the best productions that I have witnessed this season. Thank you for brining this to Boston.” – Audience Survey
“LOVED the play!!! Great story, set, music, acting, dramatic experience” – Audience Survey
“It was amazing” – Audience Survey
“Thanks for selecting such a wonderful play! The acting was first rate and the set was clever and memorable.” – Audience Survey
” “It’s as if Noel Coward wrote a Twilight Zone episode with music from Hitchcock’s Vertigo” –Noel, Facebook