Directed by Peter Crooks
Produced by Marge Trumper & Alwyn Cawston
A combination of Neil Simon and Chekhov, The Good Doctor is, by turns, charming, hilarious, sad, and touching. It centers around a writer, who speaks to the audience and shares his writing with them, throughout one day. He presents them with a plethora of scenes: some are from his childhood, others are his family and friends, and still others are his own life experiences. The audience meets a variety of characters, all of whom are immediately relatable and strikingly human.