Juliet Stevenson stars in the West End transfer of The Doctor at the Duke of York’s Theatre, following five-star reviews at the Almeida Theatre earlier this year. Centred around a professor who faces a moral dilemma regarding religious intervention in hospital, it’s a gripping play which asks how individuals regard themselves as well as how society impresses behaviour.
Juliet Stevenson will reprise her performance as Professor Ruth Woolf from the Almeida Theatre, recently starring in Mary Stuart and Hamlet at the Off-West End venue. Her notable theatre credits include productions of Yerma, Hedda Gabler and The Seagull at the National Theatre, as well as Olivier Award-nominated performances in Measure for Measure and Les Liaisons Dangereuses.
Further casting for The Doctor is to be announced.
Set in a hospital, Professor Ruth Woolf is treating a young female patient diagnosed with sepsis. When a priest is sent by the patient’s parents to deliver their last rites, Woolf denies the privilege, erupting a national scandal. In a divisive time, a divided nation takes sides over the treatment of a single patient in a play examining identities, bias and perceptions of others.
The Doctor is based on the 1912 play Professor Bernhardi by Arthur Schnitzler.
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You can book from 27-Jan-2020 to 18-Jul-2020.
The Doctor includes the discussion of suicide and the description of suicide methods, with an age recommendation of 14+.
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(5mins) Take Charing Cross Road to St Martin’s Court, head down until the end and then take a right onto St Martin’s Lane until you reach the theatre on your right.