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When a classic play is revived, the director usually reinterprets the original production. However, one Chinese play is staged as it has been for decades. It is a masterpiece by director Jiao Juyin that has proven impossible to improve upon. Called Teahouse, this groundbreaking drama captures the profound cultural and political changes taking place in China over the course of four decades. It does so through the words and actions of patrons of that most quintessential of Chinese institutions – the teahouse.
Length: 52 minutes
Copyright date: ©2019
Prices include public performance rights.
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