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Randall Martin on Green Theatre Today

Randall Martin on Green Theatre Today
By Cymbeline Anthropocene on Jan 21, 2022 in Articles of Interest

On January 12th, Cymbeline in the Anthropocene project leader Randall Martin participated in a panel on Shakespeare and Green Theatre hosted by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, alongside CA collaborators Katie Brokaw and Paul Prescott. Today, the CA blog presents a full transcript of Randall's, alongside the Trust's freely available recording of the entire panel conversation. 

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Shakespeare and Green Theatre Panel

Shakespeare and Green Theatre Panel
By Cymbeline Anthropocene on Jan 11, 2022 in Articles of Interest

The Cymbeline in the Anthropocene team is glad to open the new year by participating in a panel hosted by the Shakespeare Birthday Trust. Taking place tomorrow, January 12th, "Shakespeare and Green Theatre" is a free, virtual presentation featuring CA's project leader Randall Martin alongside Shakespeare in Yosemite's Katie Brokaw and Paul Prescott. 

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Reflections on Cymbeline in the Anthropocene in 2021

 Reflections on Cymbeline in the Anthropocene in 2021
By Cymbeline Anthropocene on Dec 20, 2021 in Cymbeline and the World

On the eve of the winter solstice, Cymbeline in the Anthropocene project leader Randall Martin reflects on the theatrical brilliance and the ecological revelations that glinted through another dark year.  2021 brought many hard lessons to the world, to theatre artists, and to Cymbeline in the Anthropocene, but with these also came hope, innovation, and many an adaptation. 

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Cymbeline in 2021: Blog Highlights

Cymbeline in 2021: Blog Highlights
By Cymbeline Anthropocene on Dec 09, 2021 in Cymbeline and the World

As 2021 draws to a close, it is shocking to reflect on how tumultuous this year has been--theatrically, ecologically, and globally. Join us today as we take a month-by-month journey back through our blogs as we documented this chaotic and remarkable year. 

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Reflections on Imogen in the Wild, Part 2: “Finding the Ways Home”

Reflections on Imogen in the Wild, Part 2: “Finding the Ways Home”
By Cymbeline Anthropocene on Dec 02, 2021 in Project News

In this second instalment of this two-part review, Randall Martin considers the original music and genre-diversity of Shakespeare in Yosemite's recently released film adaptation, Imogen in the Wild.

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Reflections on Imogen in the Wild: Part 1

By Cymbeline Anthropocene on Nov 25, 2021 in Project News

This is the first of a two-part blog review on Shakespeare in Yosemite's recently released film adaptation, Imogen in the Wild. In this first installment, Cymbeline in the Anthropocene Project Leader Randall Martin considers the film’s adapted plots and characters.

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Performance Announcement: Imogen in the Wild

Performance Announcement: Imogen in the Wild
By Cymbeline Anthropocene on Nov 18, 2021 in Project News

The eagerly awaited debut of Shakespeare in Yosemite’s feature film, Imogen in the Wild, takes place this Saturday, 20 November, at 16.00 Pacific Time/19.00 Eastern/01.00 GMT (21 November).

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Teaching Eco-Shakespeare: Elizabeth Peterson

Teaching Eco-Shakespeare: Elizabeth Peterson
By Cymbeline Anthropocene on Nov 11, 2021 in Articles of Interest

Today's blog presents the work of guest writer Elizabeth Peterson, a US-based playwright and educator. Peterson recently completed a Masters in Shakespeare & Education at the Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham, during which she developed the educational worksheets on Shakespeare and environmental issues that she discusses here. Join us in thanking Elizabeth for sharing her brilliant pedagogical work!

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Montana Shakespeare in the Parks: Robert Hunter Bry as Posthumus

Montana Shakespeare in the Parks: Robert Hunter Bry as Posthumus
By Cymbeline Anthropocene on Nov 08, 2021 in Project News

Our interviews with the cast of Montana Shakespeare in the Parks' Cymbeline concludes with Robert Hunter Bry, who played the touring production’s Posthumus. Read on for Robert’s perspectives on Posthumus’ relationships to power, masculinity, and his adoptive family, and about the performance locations Robert found truly unforgettable. 

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Shakespeare in Yosemite: Scott Gediman

By Cymbeline Anthropocene on Oct 27, 2021 in Project News

While filming Imogen in the Wild, Shakespeare in Yosemite’s research assistant Monica Perales interviewed the cast and crew about their experience adapting Cymbeline. This final interview presents Monica in conversation with Scott Gediman of Yosemite National Park’s Public Affairs Office. 

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