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Why there is a Shakespeare Autorship Question by Keir Cutler

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Why there is a Shakespeare Autorship Question by Keir Cutler

May 15, 2021 @ 10:00 am May 16, 2021 @ 11:30 pm

Synopsis: The experts say there is no Shakespeare Authorship Question. They often state, “Shakespeare wrote Shakespeare, period!” Well-known solo performer and scholar, Keir Cutler, PhD explains how looking at recent publications and statements by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Oxford University one can demonstrate there is indeed a question as to who wrote Shakespeare. (Rated: 12 and over. Length: 11:12 min)

Performer:  Keir Cutler

Written and directed by Keir Cutler

About the artist:

Keir Cutler is a Montreal writer/performer of ten solo shows; four of which have been videotaped and aired on Bravo/Canada (Teaching Shakespeare, Teaching Detroit, Lunatic Van Beethoven, Is Shakespeare Dead?). He has performed his self-penned works across Canada, the United States and has appeared at Shakespeare’s Globe in London, UK and at the Mark Twain Home and Museum in Hartford, Connecticut. He is the author of several books including Shakespeare Authorship Question: A Crackpot’s View. As an actor he represented by TBT Management and has appeared in many films and tv shows including scenes with Ben Stiller (Brad’s Status), Jennifer Love Hewitt (The Audrey Hepburn Story), and Eddie Murphy (Pluto Nash). Keir is a playwriting graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada, and has a Ph.D. in theatre from Wayne State University in Detroit. His personal website is www.keircutler.com

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