Hamlet is a Shakespearian tragedy about Hamlet, the son of the recently deceased King of Denmark. The ghost of Hamlet's father informs him that he was actually killed by Hamlet's uncle, Claudius, who has married his mother, Gertrude, to become king. The play centers around Hamlet's ambiguous mental and emotional state of scheming, wavering, insanity and despair. In the end, Hamlet kills Claudius to avenge his father's death and most of the major characters are also killed.
Dogg's Hamlet and Cahoot's Macbeth are two plays usually performed together. In the first, two people are building something, but while both appear to be speaking English, it turns out the words have a different meaning for each of them, as one of them is speaking Dogg. In the second play, a private production of Macbeth is interrupted by a policeman, who threatens to arrest everyone present for subversive activities; later, the actors begin speaking in Dogg. The plays explore themes of communication, the manipulation of language, and political protest.