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Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth

By Tom Stoppard
Directed by Tom Challinor

Rolling Bay Hall

June 1-16  |  7pm Thu-Sun

Sun, June 9 - no performance

Sun, June 16 - 5pm closing performance


J. Carter
Peter Cook
Erin Gabbard
Sydney Kaser
Amy Jo LaRubbio
Helene Minassian
Kate Pippinger
James Sgambati
Kendra Truett
Carin Young

Production Team

Assistant Director  |  Reed Viydo

Stage Manager  |  Bryan Smith

Movement Coach  |  David Roby
Fight Choreographer  |  Ken Michels

Costume Designer  |  Dawn Janow 

Lighting/Sound Designer  |  Eli Backer

The running time is approximately 1 hour 45 minutes with one 15-minute intermission.

Covid-19 Safety
After careful consideration and reviewing the policies that other theatre organizations are implementing, we have decided to relax our vaccine and mask requirements for our 2024 season for the time being. We recommend that our patrons be vaccinated and wear masks during the performance.



This comedic romp is two short plays. In the first, a troupe of English schoolboys (played by adults) speak in a mock language called "Dogg." This language babbles along until the schoolboys, who are studying Shakespeare's "foreign" language, present an abridged version of Hamlet. The second play, dedicated to dissident Czech dramatist Pavel Kohout, is about a performance of Macbeth he and his friends once staged in a living room since the government banned public performances. The action shifts between the bare stage and the police inquiry. The murder and intrigue of Shakespeare's play are juxtaposed with the authoritarian government's political oppression.

“Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth” is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals on behalf of Samuel French, Inc.

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