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Tel Aviv holds cultural events to celebrate shared experience
A series of cultural events were held in Tel Aviv Tuesday in celebration of the shared experience of the Chinese and Jewish people along the ancient Silk Road.
Chinese theatrical works to stage at Festival d'Avignon
​The China Association of Performing Arts will host a special exhibition unit of Chinese theatrical works during this year's Festival d'Avignon in France.
Chinese version 'The Pillowman' to hit Beijing stage
The Chinese version of Martin McDonagh's award-winning "The Pillowman" will be performed at Beijing Poly Theater on August 1.
Traditional opera attracts young audience with fashion
Using modern sound, light and digital stage effects, China's traditional Peking Opera is appealing to young people in a fashionable and innovative way, as the classic art faces an aging audience.
Children's play produced by China, Denmark to hit stage
"The Little Mermaid," a children's play jointly produced by artists from China and Denmark, will hit the stage at the China National Theatre for Children on Saturday and Sunday.
Ode to Yuan Dynasty's performing arts
A new dance drama Qing Ping Yue, Ode to Yuandadu was staged in Beijing on Sunday at Erqi Theater.
Program to bring acclaimed shows to cinemas in China
The new season of a theater program, New Live in China, launched by Beijing-based company, ATW Culture, will bring 36 productions to cinemas across the country in the second half of the year, including plays, operas, ballets and musicals, from the United States, the United Kingdom, Russia, France and Spain.
Kuwait to hold 7th Arab children's theater festival
Kuwait will launch the seventh Arab children's theater festival on Tuesday at Al-Dasma Theater in Kuwait City, the National Council for Culture, Arts and Letters (NCCAL) said on Sunday.
Experimental new play casts audience members in roles
The latest play by theater director Wang Chong premieres at the Goethe-Institut in Beijing's 798 art zone.
Breaking barriers through art – a dialogue with Tai
Tai Lihua, a deaf dancer and head of China Disabled People's Performing Art Troupe, talked about her personal experience and the development of the art troupe.
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