Laughter is the best medicine, and this high-octane comedy pops with color and witty verbal and physical energy. Centered on a hypochondriac obsessed with managing his imagined ailments, "The Imaginary Invalid" is an adaptation by Oded Gross and Tracy Young of French playwright Moliere's play spoofing the medical establishment. Full of groan-worthy puns and full of heart, "The Imaginary Invalid" includes a parade of characters who dance and sing and will have you laughing in your seats. For audiences 12 years old and older. Directed by David Lee-Painter. Starring Craig A. Miller.