Ian Dickens Productions and Derby Theatre have released a statement announcing the play will go ahead next week, despite its star, Dean Gaffney, recovering in hospital following a car crash.
The father-of-two was rushed to hospital in a critical condition before being stabilised, it has been reported.
Dean Gaffney was made famous in EastEnders, where he player Robbie Jackson.
Dean Gaffney's agent has said the actor is "going to be OK" despite suffering head injuries in a car crash.
Dave Read said: "He's got some nasty head injuries but the good news is that he's going to be OK.
"It was a bad crash and we're grateful it wasn't any worse."
Gaffney was driving to a friend's house from Derby Theatre, where he is starring in 'A Murder is Announced', when the accident occurred.
Dean Gaffney is in hospital following a serious car accident on Wednesday in Derby. The former Eastenders actor was due to star in A Murder Is Announced at Lincoln Theatre next week.The father-of-two was rushed to hospital in a critical condition before being stabilised, it has been reported.