Less than a year since its successful debut production of Moliere’s “The Miser,” Intrigue Theatre returns to the Studio Akasaka Playbox in Nogizaka. This time round, artistic director Mozaffar Shafeie, formerly of the National Theatre in England, will offer “The Government Inspector,” written by Mikolai Gogol in 1836.

Intrigue Theatre always works with an international group of actors, and in this production the cast is drawn from England, Ireland, Germany, France, New Zealand, Russia, and the United States.

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