Wuzhen Theater Festival is back with more surprises
The grand theater and performing arts festival is back with a host of shows and events taking place from October 15 to 24 after a year delay due to the coronavirus pandemic. Organizers announced on Monday.Actors, directors, spectators and visitors visit Wuzhen, an ancient water city in east China's Zhejiang Province. to exchange ideas Share inspiration and celebrate art during the 10-day festival.
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This event is one of the leading festivals in Asia. For the eighth time this year, a variety of shows are presented for theater and performance enthusiasts. There are 24 shows, 66 shows, as well as a series of forums and workshops.The lineup includes "Ago," a new work by award-winning playwright Stan Lai, and the French classic "Le Rouge et le Noir" ("The Red and the Black") Meng Jinghui Theatre. Studio "Reflection" by Xiexin Dance Theater and Tibetan version of "Hamlet" led by famous drama actor Pu Cunxin under
the theme of "Mao" ("Burgeoning", 茂) at Chinese Theater and Performing Arts. by showcasing many Chinese dramas and dramas Lai, who is also the co-founder and director of the festival. This year's official poster, designed by renowned graphic artist Huang Hai, was revealed at a press conference on Monday. Noting that the bamboo shoot design shows a vibrant and flourishing theatrical landscape.Outstanding works from prestigious theatrical festivals such as the Festival d'Avignon will be screened during this time. Although this year there were no foreign performers due to the pandemic.