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    Double Double Toil and Trouble: Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth

    Presented by Whistler in the Dark at BCA Plaza Black Box Theatre

    October 27 - November 19, 2011


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    Double Double Toil and Trouble: Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth

    A Witches’ Brew of Shakespeare Re-mixed in rep with Ionesco's Macbett, produced by imaginary beasts

    Dogg’s Hamlet, Cahoot’s Macbeth
    by Tom Stoppard
    directed by Meg Taintor

    Two short plays divided by a comma but united by common themes.

    In the first play, three students are setting up for their production of a fifteen-minute Hamlet to be performed in its original language. The catch? These...

    A Witches’ Brew of Shakespeare Re-mixed in rep with Ionesco's Macbett, produced by imaginary beasts

    Dogg’s Hamlet, Cahoot’s Macbeth
    by Tom Stoppard
    directed by Meg Taintor

    Two short plays divided by a comma but united by common themes.

    In the first play, three students are setting up for their production of a fifteen-minute Hamlet to be performed in its original language. The catch? These students speak Dogg - a language comprised of English words but with different meanings. But when an English-speaking delivery man arrives with their set components, both languages break down and new ways of communication must be devised. Capped off with a hilarious 15-minute Hamlet, this is Stoppard at his word-playing gleeful best.

    In the second play, renegade actors stage a secret performance of Shakespeare’s Macbeth that becomes a stark and moving metaphor for resistance in a time of censorship.

    Whistler in the Dark is thrilled to present this linguist’s delight - an evening of word-wizardry from the writer of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead and Arcadia.

    About the Boston Center for the Arts:
    The Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) is the nonprofit performing and visual arts center whose
    mission is to support working artists to create, perform, and exhibit new work; to develop new
    audiences; and to connect the arts to a broad public. For more information, visit
    www.bcaonline.org


    BCA Plaza Black Box Theatre

    527 Tremont Street
    Boston , MA 02116

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    General Day and Time Info:

    October 27th - 7:30pm
    October 28th & 29th - 8pm
    October 30th - 4pm
    November 10th - 7:30pm
    November 12th - 8pm
    November 13th - 4pm
    November 16th - 7:30pm
    November 18th - 8pm
    November 19th - 4pm



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