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There have been productions performed on stage that feature aspects of the world of Doctor Who.

The Curse of the Daleks Edit

Main article: The Curse of the Daleks (stage play)
Featuring:
Starring: Nicholas Hawtrey as Captain Redway, Edward Gardener as Rocket Smith, David Ashford as Bob Slater, John Moore as Professor Vanderlyn, Hilary Tindall as Marion Clements, John Line as John Ladiver, Colin Miller as Harry Sline, Nicholas Bennet as Dexion, and Suzanne Mockler as Ijayna

Doctor Who and the Daleks in Seven Keys to Doomsday Edit

Main article: Doctor Who and the Daleks in Seven Keys to Doomsday
Featuring:
Starring:

Recall UNIT: The Great Tea-Bag Mystery Edit

Main article: Recall UNIT: The Great Tea-Bag Mystery
Featuring:
Starring: Richard Franklin as Captain Yates, John Levene as Sergeant Benton, Nicholas Courtney as (Voice of Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart)
Venue: Moray House Theatre, Edinburgh
Dates: 20th August - 25th 1984
Story line: The Brigadier, Captain Yates, and Sergeant Benton team up to defeat a plot by the Master and the Daleks.
Writer: Richard Franklin
Notes:

Doctor Who: The Ultimate Adventure Edit

Main article: Doctor Who: The Ultimate Adventure

(see main article above for further information)

Featuring:
Starring:

The Trial of Davros 1993 & 2005 Edit

1993 Version Edit

Featuring:
Starring: Michael Wisher as Davros, Peter Miles as Nyder, Jean Rodgers as The Inquisitor, both Keith Noble and Stuart Glazebrook as the Prosecutor.
Venue: The Village Hotel, Hyde, Greater Manchester
Dates: 14 November 1993
Story line: The action takes place within the immediate continuity of TV: Genesis of the Daleks. As Davros' creations, the Daleks, prepare to kill him at the conclusion of that story he is removed from time by the Time Lords to be tried for his crimes. The case against him includes personal testimony and evidence of Dalek atrocities throughout the centuries. Ultimately it is revealed that the trial has been a ruse by Davros to create a time portal to Gallifrey, enabling his new Daleks to attack and exterminate the Time Lords. The play ends with Davros and his Daleks victorious.
Writer: Kevin Taylor and Michael Wisher.
Notes: This play was an unlicensed production staged by Hyde Fundraisers at the Doctor Who convention Remembrance '93..

2005 Revision Edit

Featuring: Ian Taylor as lead head stomping Ogron (Day of the Daleks sequence), Danny Lavery as a grey council member (SPACE YEAR sequence).
Starring: Terry Molloy as Davros, Peter Miles as Nyder, Andy Wisher as Prosecutor 1, John Leeson as the second Prosecutor, Hylton Collins as The President, other cast members included Katarina Olsson as Shan and Brian Miller as Wiston, Michael Jayston. Jeremy Bulloch as Chairman Skellon (SPACE YEAR sequence).
Venue: Tameside Hippodrome, Ashton-under-Lyne
Dates: Saturday July 16th 2005
Story line: The action takes place within the immediate continuity of TV: Genesis of the Daleks. As Davros' creations, the Daleks, prepare to kill him at the conclusion of that story he is removed from time by the Time Lords to be tried for his crimes. The case against him includes personal testimony and evidence of Dalek atrocities throughout the centuries. Ultimately it is revealed that the trial has been a ruse by Davros to create a time portal to Gallifrey, enabling his new Daleks to attack and exterminate the Time Lords. The play ends with Davros and his Daleks victorious.
Writer: 1993 script expended by Kevin Taylor with contributions from both Michael Wisher and Terry Molloy, including a new scene by Michael Wisher.
Notes: Charity performed with the permission of the BBC and the estate of Terry Nation for the 20th anniversary of Hyde Fundraisers. £8000 generated was divided between BBC Children In Need and the NSPCC.
The masks were made by sculptor Philip Robinson who also filmed and edited specially filmed shots for the "on-stage" Evidence sequences. The sequences included a re-film of sequences from TV: Death to the Daleks (first filmed), TV:The Dalek Invasion of Earth (shot in 2005), Day of the Daleks (written and directed by Ian Taylor and Gareth Nolan) and Frontier in Space (shot in 2004, the Master is exterminated by Daleks changing him into his crispy appearance of TV: The Deadly Assassin).
A new sequence called SPACE YEAR was filmed, showing the intervention of planet Hyperion against Daleks mentioned by the Doctor in TV: Genesis of the Daleks'.

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Doctor Who: The Monsters Are Coming! (2010) Edit

Main article: The Monsters Are Coming!
Featuring:
Starring:

The Crash of the Elysium (2011) Edit

Main article: The Crash of the Elysium

Produced by Punchdrunk for the 2011 Manchester International Festival, and co-written by TV series writer Tom MacRae, Punchdrunk creative director Felix Barrett and based on an idea by Steven Moffatt, this audience-participation play is the first since The Ultimate Adventure to feature an original TV series actor as the Doctor - Matt Smith appearing via video footage, except for a single performance on 15 July 2011 in which Smith performed the Doctor live.[1] See the main article for more information.

Others Edit

In addition, several amateur-produced stage plays based on televised adventures have been staged, often in order to raise money for charity.

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