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Other Cymbelines: Bard in the Barracks

Other Cymbelines: Bard in the Barracks
By Cymbeline Anthropocene on Jul 02, 2020 in Other Cymbelines

In a new blog series, Cymbeline in the Anthropocene will be highlighting past performances of Cymbeline around the world--whether they were performed in theatres, on film, or myriad outdoor locations. First in this series is the Bard in the Barracks' summer 2016 Cymbeline in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, as presented by director Len Falkenstein. If you wish to suggest another Cymbeline for us to feature, please be in touch via our contact page, or on Twitter or Instagram @ecocymbeline!

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On Racial Ecologies

By Cymbeline Anthropocene on Jun 26, 2020 in Cymbeline and the World

It has been over three weeks since Black Lives Matter protests began after the killing of American George Floyd, and resistance to police violence and racism is growing across the globe, with demonstrations still going strong in all fifty American states, as well as in dozens of countries across North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Though social movements such as Black Lives Matter are not usually seen to address climate crisis, there is a growing urgency to consider racism an ecological issue—including in the theatre, and in Shakespeare ecocriticism studies.

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Shakespeareans for #BlackLivesMatter

Shakespeareans for #BlackLivesMatter
By Cymbeline Anthropocene on Jun 19, 2020 in Articles of Interest

As numerous theatres and arts organizations take action in solidarity with Black Lives Matter, Shakespeare's Globe has joined the global movement.

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The Willow Globe: Sharing Cymbeline

By Cymbeline Anthropocene on Jun 12, 2020 in Project News

From the Welsh countryside to your computer screens, our collaborators at the Willow Globe theatre are bringing more Cymbeline online. 

This coming Monday, June 15th, the Willow Globe will be hosting a Q&A session on between actor Jamie Wilkes and Welsh history expert Gavin Hooson. Click here to visit the Shakespeare Link website and register for this free event!

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Timon of Anaconda

By Cymbeline Anthropocene on May 29, 2020 in Fringe Projects

For anyone who missed the live broadcast on Earth Day, a virtual performance of our collaborator Gretchen Minton's ecodramaturgical piece Timon of Anaconda can now be viewed on Youtube. Presented by Bozeman Arts Live, this recording reunites the original cast for a socially distanced performance now available to audiences across the planet.

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Cymbeline Anthropocene Playlist

Cymbeline Anthropocene Playlist
By Cymbeline Anthropocene on May 21, 2020 in Articles of Interest

If music be the food of love, Cymbeline in the Anthropocene is feasting on this Spotify playlist put together by our collaborators.

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Updates and Soliloquies from Montana

By Cymbeline Anthropocene on May 08, 2020 in Project News

As Covid-19 measures continue to limit the availability of theatre spaces across the globe, many theatre companies have found new ways to reach their audiences online.

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Rebuilding the Global Home: Cymbeline and Multilateralism 

By Cymbeline Anthropocene on May 08, 2020 in Cymbeline and the World

As COVID-19 has spread around the world, it’s been sad to see agencies such as the World Health Organization attacked for alleged shortcomings while it struggles to encourage coordinated action against this unprecedented crisis.

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COVID-19, the Anthropocene, Cymbeline

By Cymbeline Anthropocene on Mar 30, 2020 in Cymbeline and the World, Articles of Interest

The new coronavirus is a frighteningly accelerated version of the incremental disruptions of climate change. Both are Anthropocene crises because they confound or collapse connections between local and global environments normally believed to be safely distanced and manageable. Here I'll explore how a COVID-19 context affects the roles of Jupiter and Giacomo, and alters the emotional – and potentially transformative -- impacts of the play’s tragicomedy.

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Finding the Pink Flower in the Scorched Landscape: A Discussion with Our Collaborators

Finding the Pink Flower in the Scorched Landscape: A Discussion with Our Collaborators
By Cymbeline Anthropocene on Feb 19, 2020 in Project News, Articles of Interest

Cymbeline in the Anthropocene group discussion of the play's ecology on Day 2 of the Santa Barbara meeting, January 25, 2020.

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