About This Show

In this cheeky satire, an old hypochondriac named Argan believes in nothing and no one–except the dubious diagnoses his quack doctors keep delivering. A.C.T.’s The Imaginary Invalid is a hysterical caricature of society’s childlike devotion to the healthcare system—as well as a prescription for a fabulous evening of laughter.

Show Details

Dates: Opening Night: June 7, 2007 Final Performance: July 8, 2007

Theatermania Review

| | June 14, 2007
Constance Congdon’s adaptation of Molière’s play at A.C.T. proves the French playwright’s musings on hypochondria have stood the test of time.