George Bernard (GB) Shaw
15th June 1903
Act 1 Sir Colenso Ridgeon's Consulting-Room in Queen Anne Street, Portland Place, London.
Act 2 On the Terrace at 'The Star and Garter'.
Act 3 Louis Dubedat's Studio
Act 4 The Same
Act 5 A Bond Street Picture Gallery
A medical satire concerning a group of doctors torn between acting professionally and feathering their own nests with unnecessary procedures. Sir Ridgeon has the most difficult quandary in deciding which of two lung patients to cure, one a nice, old doctor, the other a slimy young artist whose wife Sir Ridgeon desires for himself.
20 November 1906
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The Doctor's Dilemma
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