The Doctor's Dilemma was first produced on 20 November 1906 at the Royal Court Theatre.
Actress Katharine Cornell produced the play in 1941, starring herself and Raymond Massey.
A film adaptation of the play, with the same title, was made in 1958, directed by Anthony Asquith, starring Leslie Caron and Dirk Bogarde.
The play’s most recent high-profile revival was on the Lyttelton stage at the National Theatre in London. The production was directed by Nadia Fall, with Aden Gillett playing the eponymous doctor, Genevieve O'Reilly as Jennifer Dubedat, and Tom Burke as Louis Dubedat. The production received middling reviews.