Director Keith Baxter stays true to the period of Moliere's classic comedy, The Imaginary Invalid.
Not surprisingly, Baxter believes the centuries-old work has a great deal of contemporary relevance. "At the time, doctors performed a tremendous amount of enemas and bleedings. Moliere was against the hypocrisy and the amount of money that doctors make and the idiocies of their treatments," he adds. "I'm amazed when I come to America and there are so many advertisements for different medicines. People make a phenomenal amount of money on them, and you never see them on English television."