Teaching Shakespeare
Written & Performed by Keir Cutler
Doctor Keir Co. - Montreal, QC
V.9 - Planetarium 
The mega-hit parody of a college Shakespeare class returns! Over 200 performances across Canada, two runs in New York, multiple awards, held over at the Winnipeg, Saskatoon and Edmonton Fringe Festivals, and televised on Bravo! Featuring updated new material. The failed actor turned failed professor is coming back!
Formidably delightful - Off-Off Broadway review
Hilarious example of how not to conduct a class in the study of The Bard. Cutler shows the right way to put on a one-man show. - Toronto Sun

Keir Cutler

Keir Cutler

Show Info:
60 Minutes


Thu July 20 12:45 PM*
*(2 for $12)
Fri July 21 9:45 PM
Sun July 23 6:00 PM
Wed July 26 7:30 PM
Thu July 27 11:00 AM
Fri July 28 12:45 PM
Sat July 29 6:15 PM
Sun July 30 2:30 PM

Teaching Shakespeare

Doctor Keir Co.—Planetarium

Keir cutler’s monologue show observes a Shakespeare professor in the middle of a nervous breakdown desperately trying to reach his students after receiving a series of bad course evaluations. Unfortunately, the professor is beyond help in this parody of bad education. The play was interesting and raised some fun points about the Bard’s greatest works. Keir is clearly passionate about the subject of his play and critical of his colleagues who so often butcher teaching the Bard. While I understand this was a parody, I did find that parody became reality as parts of the play seemed to drone on. I felt like I was at a lecture which was the point of the show. This made it hard to sit through the very wordy piece in front of me. I was often lost throughout the show.

Kaitlyn Kriss