Farewell, My Concubine & The Tipsy Concubine: Dramatic, Colorful Chinese Opera Updated
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The last date listed for Farewell, My Concubine & The Tipsy Concubine was Saturday May 12, 2007 / 8:00pm.
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Led by artistic director Wu Hsing-Kuo, Taiwan's Contemporary Legend Theatre gives fresh life to traditional Beijing opera. The time is 207 B.C. ... As the drama unfolds in Farewill, My Concubine, arch-rivals — the Chu King Xiang Yu, and Liu Bang of the Han — battle fiercely. Imperial consort Lady Yu seeks to console Xiang with wine and her famous sword dance. In The Tipsy Concubine, opera master Mei Lanfang's signature work set in the later era of the Tang Dynasty, the "four flat aria" style is a perfect operatic combination of singing, reciting, dancing, and music.