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Performance Announcement: Exeter University Students

By Cymbeline Anthropocene on May 04, 2022 at 09:40 PM in Project News
Performance Announcement: Exeter University Students

Today, a guest performance by students from Exeter University joins Cymbeline in the Anthropocene! Led by professor Evelyn O'Malley, the Exeter students will perform two short adaptations of Cymbeline tonight, May 4th, at the Willow Globe Theatre in Wales.

For performance information, click here to visit the Willow Globe website.

Performance Announcement: Exeter University Students

In the students' own words, here are the short descriptions of each piece:

Gold and Silver Turned to Dust
A comedic take on Cymbeline set in the modern day corporate world. A fight for land divides communities. Who will win?
 
Does the world go round?
This piece explores ecological impact of human greed and how it changes our perception of creation. With moments from Shakespeare’s Cymbeline interspersed with aspects of the Genesis story, we have explored both these tales through the lens of Anthropocentric relationships.  

Performance Announcement: Exeter University Students

Join us in celebrating this 6th production to perform as part of Cymbeline in the Anthropocene, and watch this blog for performance photos coming soon--for now, enjoy these glimpses of the rehearsal process!

Performance Announcement: Exeter University Students

Performance Announcement: Exeter University Students

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Sue Best

These guys were just wonderful - so many insights into current resonant connections, gloriously energetically performed, funny, moving, total treat for the audience and a real example of what the words can illuminate and inspire……huge congratulations Evelyn and Exeter students from all at Willow Globe.