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China showcases outstanding plays on poverty battle
A two-month showcase of art performances themed around China's fight against poverty and building of a moderately prosperous society in all respects has kicked off both online and offline.
Cirque du Soleil upgrades new digital platform
Cirque du Soleil on Wednesday unveiled its fall programming along with a brand-new look for its CirqueConnect content hub.
Cao Yu's classic 'Family' restaged in Beijing
To commemorate the 110th anniversary of the birth of renowned playwright Cao Yu (1910-1996), the Beijing People's Art Theatre is restaging one of his classic works "Family" from Oct. 15 to 25.
Chinese stage play adaptation of 'Memories of Matsuko' to premiere
A Chinese stage play adaptation of "Memories of Matsuko" will premiere in Shanghai on Oct. 23 before going on a national tour.
Holiday fuels China's performing arts industry as box office hits 860 mln yuan
China's live performance industry has shown a brisk recovery as box office revenues totaled 860 million yuan (about 126.9 million U.S. dollars) during the eight-day National Day holiday, according to the China Association of Performing Arts.
Sequel to Thunderstorm set to strike audiences
The play will tour China to mark the 110th anniversary of the birth of playwright Cao Yu.
More than 800 kids join Beijing gala to celebrate heroes
A gala, gathering more than 800 children from Beijing was staged at the National Center for the Performing Arts.
Broadway reels from COVID-19 lockdowns, cries for support
Broadway, one of New York City's name cards, continues to reel as live performance venues are expected to remain closed until January 2021 or later.
'The Peony Pavilion' performed at Lingering Garden in Suzhou
Actresses performed Chinese Kunqu masterpiece "The Peony Pavilion" at the Lingering Garden in Suzhou, east China's Jiangsu Province, Oct. 7, 2020.
Classic Peking opera performances to mark China's National Day
​A month-long classic Peking opera show season celebrating China's National Day, which falls on Oct.1, kicks off on Wednesday.
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