The Inspection is a full length play. It has not been performed as yet, though there has been a deal of interest by London producers. I include the whole play for free downloading. It charts the lives of two characters moving between their relationship as boys in the 1950s and today. Their interactions provide the backcloth to a central educational debate can Art be reduced to skills and competencies or is it a freer, more irascible beast that cannot be corralled in this way? Does the attempt to reduce art to skills and competencies via a bureaucratic inspectorate rob it of its anarchic creativity? The Inspection has a mix of dynamic dialogue, psychological intensity, humour and provocative action with some violence.
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