Priestley's classic play stands as a metaphor for our own failure to accept our responsibility to others.
An Inspector Calls was first performed in 1945 in the USSR in two theatres (Kamerny Theatre in Moscow and Comedy Theatre in Leningrad).
The play had its first British production in 1946 at the New Theatre, London.
Inspector Calls, An Script
Priestley's classic play of the believable middle-class Yorkshire family called to account for its moral crimes by the enigmatic Inspector Goole stands as a metaphor for our own failure to accept our responsibility to others.