The Doctor's Dilemma

Production information

The Doctor's Dilemma was first produced on 20 November 1906 at the Royal Court Theatre.[2]

Actress Katharine Cornell produced the play in 1941, starring herself and Raymond Massey.[3]

A film adaptation of the play, with the same title, was made in 1958, directed by Anthony Asquith, starring Leslie Caron and Dirk Bogarde.[4]

The play’s most recent high-profile revival was on the Lyttelton stage at the National Theatre in London.[5] 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.[6][7]

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