The Tea Spell
Dance performance The Tea Spell originates from a group of antiques unearthed at Famen Temple located in Famen Town of Shaanxi Province, including exquisite tea sets used by Emperor Xizong of Tang Dynasty (618–907). The new dance uses tea as a vehicle to illustrates encounters between a stunningly beautiful woman (played by male dancer) with a farmer, an officer and a monk respectively. The three male characters represent people with three different kinds of psychological orientations. The story line is vivid and manifests profound illustration of human nature. With the multi-sensory experience, the audience are able to look into the subtle wisdom of the universe in a detached way.
Date: September 22 to 23, 7:30 pm Venue: Grand Theater, Shanghai International Dance Center
Address: No.1650 Hongqiao Road, Changning District
Admission: 80 yuan to 680 yuan
Call 5299-0372 for more details