In "Dogg's Hamlet," a group of Dogg-speaking high school students set up for and perform a fifteen minute version of "Hamlet." Their process is dealt with by an unsuspecting deliveryman who finds he can't understand a word they're saying. In "Cahoot's Macbeth," renegade Normalization-era Czech actors continue their private exhibition of "Macbeth" under the scrutinizing eye of a malicious police inspector.- Written by J. Paul Zimmerman
Two one-acts by Tom Stoppard deal with important social issues through the performance of abridged versions of William Shakespeare's "Hamlet" and "Macbeth."- Written by J. Paul Zimmerman
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