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Full performances by five of our collaborating theatre companies can be viewed on the Cymbeline in the Anthropocene Youtube channel:

Video of presentations and discussions from our Eco-Shakespeare and Performance Symposium in July 2022 is also available: 

For a full symposium program and guide for each day of video, please see the video descriptions on Youtube, and/or visit our Events page

Shakespeare's Cymbeline: EcoDramaturgy in Action

Cymbeline in the Anthropocene is an intercontinental network of nine site-specific productions of Shakespeare’s tragi-comic romance, Cymbeline. Each production will seek to uncover past and present ecological values in the play’s vibrant range of stories, emotions, and terrains, and to adapt them creatively to local environmental conditions in the hope of opening audiences’ imaginations to new biocentric and biospheric horizons.

Project News

Cymbeline on CBC Ideas

Cymbeline on CBC Ideas
By Cymbeline Anthropocene on Oct 26, 2022 in Project News

The story of Cymbeline in the Anthropocene has made its way to a new format. An audio documentary featuring the CA team and collaborators is now available from the IDEAS podcast, which is produced by the Canadian Broadcasting Company (CBC). The documentary is available on demand on the CBC website or on the CBC Podcasts app. 

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Symposium Videos Now Available

By Cymbeline Anthropocene on Sep 05, 2022 in Project News

Full video of Cymbeline in the Anthropocene's three-day Eco-Shakespeare in Performance Symposium is now available on our Youtube channel. Whether you missed joining us in Montana or virtually in July, or if you wish to revisit the brilliant conversations we were honoured to host, these videos are now free and accessible to most of the world.

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Announcement: CA documentary on CBC Ideas

By Cymbeline Anthropocene on Aug 28, 2022 in Project News

Cymbeline in the Anthropocene is pleased to announce the air date for a mini-documentary featuring our project and collaborators created by Pauline Holdsworth of IDEAS. A long-running culture and politics radio show produced by the Canadian Broadcasting Company (CBC), IDEAS will feature Cymbeline in the Anthropocene on their upcoming September 7th episode, airing at 8pm local time in Canada (8:30 in Newfoundland). The show will later be available on demand on the CBC Podcasts app. 

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Performance Symposium Underway!

Performance Symposium Underway!
By Cymbeline Anthropocene on Jul 19, 2022 in Project News

Our Eco-Shakespeare and Performance Symposium is well underway! Day 1 was a resounding success featuring performance excerpts and discussion from three of our collaborating theatre companies, and video of the full day is available on our Youtube channel. We have just begun our live stream of Day 2's sessions, which include four more collaborating companies. 

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Eco-Shakespeare Symposium starts soon!

By Cymbeline Anthropocene on Jul 14, 2022 in Project News

Only one weekend remains before the Eco-Shakespeare in Performance Symposium! Whether you are joining us in person in Bozeman, Montana or virtually through the event's livestream on our Youtube channel, we are excited to celebrate over three years of incredible ecotheatrical performances of Cymbeline across the globe. 

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Theatre in Practice: Project Collaborators