Dogg's Hamlet, Cahoot's Macbeth is an experimental piece. Stoppard explains blah blah principle and says this about the play(s):
The appeal to me consisted in the possibility of writing a play which had to teach the audience the language the play was written in. The present text is a modest attempt to do this: I think one might have gone much further.
I'm very fond of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (for which, c.v.). I also really like Arcadia, even though it doesn't have any Shakespeare (at least that I detected).
But this is very dull. I'm glad for the experiment, but I don't want to read it or see it performed.
You may feel otherwise! Let me give you the introduction Stoppard wrote and a sample of the beginning of the play(s).