The Tea Spell

Global Times – Metro Shanghai - - CLASSIFIEDS -

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

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