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November-3-2019
Dance show held at former steel plant in Beijing
A two-day dance show is held at the Shougang Park, a former steel plant, in Beijing.
October-31-2019
Taiwan, mainland dance groups to co-stage performances
Taiwan's Cloud Gate dance group and the mainland's Tao Dance Theater are to jointly stage performances at the National Center for the Performing Arts (NCPA) in Beijing from Nov. 14 to 17.
October-29-2019
Dance drama of 'The Phantom of the Opera' to debut in Beijing
The Spanish Ballet of Cuba, a prominent dance troupe, will bring "The Phantom of the Opera," a dance version of the classic Broadway show to Beijing for the first time on Nov. 8 and 9.
October-29-2019
Int'l Ballet Season kicks off in Beijing
The fourth China International Ballet Season has kicked off in Beijing, with 33 performances in 20 ballet plays to be staged during the three-month event, according to China Culture Daily.
October-28-2019
Latest Lao She adaptation is a tough act to follow
After the success of plays like Divorce and Cat Country, Fang Xu's latest adaptation of another Lao She novel is ready to take center stage.
October-28-2019
China home to nearly 2,500 modern theaters
China has a total of 2,478 modern theaters, more than twice as many as the 1,213 theaters in 2016, according to the ongoing 21st China Shanghai International Art Festival.
October-28-2019
Rock opera adaption of 'The Red and the Black' on tour
"Le Rouge et le Noir - L'Opera Rock," a French musical adapted from Stendhal's classic novel of the same name, has been touring China.
October-28-2019
Drama 'A Road to Spring' set for March release
"A Road to Spring," a social-realist drama film, is set for theatrical release on the Chinese mainland on March 20, 2020, according to the China Film Distribution and Exhibition Association.
October-25-2019
Beijing dance academy performs in Albania
A performance was presented in Albania's capital Tirana by Beijing Dance Academy troupe on Thursday, bringing Chinese classical and traditional dances to the local audience.
October-25-2019
Director wishes to see more Chinese original plays
Audiences in South Australia will be led into the world of Chinese villagers this weekend, when a play by famous playwright and director Stan Lai will be staged at the OzAsia Festival in Adelaide.
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