Theatre plays written and
performed by Keir Cutler,
with year of premiere.

2015--2056

2014--Shakespeare Crackpot

2011--Teaching Hamlet

2010--Rant Demon

2008--Teaching the Fringe

2006--Teaching As You Like It
(Teaching Shakespeare 3)


2004--Lunatic Van Beethoven

2003--Teaching Witchcraft

2002--Is Shakespeare Dead?

2001--Teaching Detroit
(Teaching Shakespeare 2)


1999--Teaching Shakespeare


EBOOKS by Keir Cutler


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French Translation of
Teaching Shakespeare:
Fou de Shakespeare

2056: a Dystopian Black Comedy

by Keir Cutler

PREMIERED at the 2015 MONTREAL FRINGE

" . . . superbly acted, cleverly constructed. . ." Jim Burke, Montreal Gazette.



The year is 2056. The Earth is a sparsely populated wasteland ruled by authoritarian atheists. In order to save humanity from self-destruction, all religions have been declared illegal and only one language can be spoken. Knut and Madalyn must navigate this post-apocalyptic world to survive, but one false step and they face eradication. 2056: A Dystopian Black Comedy is a new play written by Keir Cutler (Teaching Shakespeare, Teaching Hamlet) "Simply fantastic!" bloodyunderrated.com.