The dance drama was staged twice at the National Center for the Performing Arts in Beijing.
The traditional Irish tap dance performance Celtic Legends will be staged at the National Center for the Performing Arts (NCPA) in Beijing from Saturday to Wednesday.
The Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing has kicked off its Spring Festival season with a series of cultural activities since the start of February, including dance performances, movies, talks and exhibitions.
International award-winning artists will perform at Hand in Hand, an international music festival for children, at the Shanghai Centre Theater on Sunday.
“Sinan Art Salon,” a free program aiming to promote traditional Chinese arts, will be held at Sinan Mansions every Sunday afternoon from April 15 to June 3.
One of the best dance troupes in Europe is coming to town with a new version of the world-famous “Carmen.”
It must have been a unique experience for the Shanghai audience on Thursday night to be the first group of people in the Chinese mainland to enjoy the famous Broadway musical Jersey Boys in the city's Daning Theatre.
Dancers from the TAO Dance Theater perform 9 and 7, two of choreographer Tao Ye's creations. His latest work 9 will premiere at the National Center for the Performing Arts in Beijing on Nov. 3.
Dance lovers in Beijing are expecting a visual feast ahead as the 3rd China International Ballet Season will lift the curtain on Nov. 10.
In Shakespeare’s comedy “As You Like It,” the character Jaques proclaims: “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women are merely players.” Zhang Jun, a Kunqu Opera artist, would agree as long as he could perform on an intimate small stage setting.