Spillane’s play Entertaining Executives


What really goes on at management conferences? Are executives educated or merely entertained?

In this satire about managers and those who entertain them, office politics, power struggles, personality differences, and good old-fashioned arguments are used to expose the ulterior motives of those who organise conferences and those who have to endure them.

This witty and ironic play explores the world of executives who have been invited to a conference to be conducted by a psychologist. As the executives suspect that the psychologist has been ordered to assess their personalities rather than their performance, they meet to discuss tactics. Several executives challenge the authority of the psychologist who attempts to control and entertain the protagonists. But the executives have other ideas …

Entertaining Executives is now available on Kindle:

It is published by Goko Publishing, who will be releasing a print version soon. And, in March 2015, Goko will publish a revised and updated edition of Spillane’s 2007 book An Eye for an I.

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