Morris Panych and Ken MacDonald are a formidable duo when it comes to directing and designing. I particularly loved the sets of this play – stark, elegant and witty.
This is one of Shaw’s better plays and the issue is as relevant now as ever before. Who lives and who dies, in a time of scarce resources?
Patrick Galligan was appealing as the doctor who falls in love with the patient’s wife (Krista Colosimo.) The patient Louis Dubedat was played by Jonathan gould who hit all the right notes as the charming, amoral scoundrel, who happens to be a genius, too.
The other doctors were all excellent – Michael Ball, Ric Reid, Thom Marriott and Jonathan Widdifield.