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Taiwan Youth Troupe of National Taiwan College of Performing Arts Hua-Shan Story

Taiwan Youth Troupe of National Taiwan College of Performing Arts Hua-Shan Story
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    • 2018/11/09 19:30 ~ 2018/11/16 21:00
    • Address:台北市士林區751 Wen-lin Road, Shilin District 11159, Taipei City
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    Taiwan Youth Troupe of National Taiwan College of Performing Arts Hua-Shan Story -1
    2018/08/12 00:00 ~ 2018/08/12 00:00
    National Center for Traditional Arts
    Taiwan Youth Troupe of National Taiwan College of Performing Arts Hua-Shan Story -1
    2018/08/12 00:00 ~ 2018/08/12 00:00
    National Center for Traditional Arts

About 2018 Stage for the Up-and-Coming Talent Series

The project provides stage performance opportunities for promising artists of traditional operas at home. At this joint performance series, up-and-coming talents of Beijing opera, Taiwanese opera, Hakka opera, Luantan opera, and Bangzi opera are invited to go on stage and share finely hone performing skills with their peers and the audience. It is hoped that budding performers will be motivated to unleash more of their potential on stage and grow into stars of tomorrow.

 

The Performing Group│Taiwan Youth Troupe of National Taiwan College of Performing Arts

Taiwan Youth Troupe of National Taiwan College of Performing Arts is founded in 2016, aiming to promote local Hakka and Taiwanese traditional art and culture. The members include students in school, graduated students and our talent alumni. The Troupe would like to utilize the resource from school and the industry through a complete mechanism. By giving students chances to accumulate practical experience and to cooperate with experts in the industry from each performance, we expect to create more opportunities for them to go further.

The show times are as follows:

  • 2018/11/09 fri. 19:30 First session: Hua-Shan Story (Hakka Opera) (about 30 minutes)
  • 2018/11/16 fri. 19:30 Second session: Hua-Shan Story (Hakka Opera) (about 30 minutes)

 

Hua-Shan Story

Synopsis

Jade Emperor's niece, San Sheng Mu, married a failure scholar, Liu Yang-Chang and had a kid named Chen Xiang. When Sun Wu-Kong sneered at Er-Lang on Ju Xian Bridge, Er-Lang caught his sister, San Sheng Mu, and locked her under Tulip Mt. of Mt. Hua. She was tortured by Wind, Rain and Fire. After Chen Xiang grew up, he had a hard fight with his uncle. With the hatchet given by Sun Wu-Kong, he finally split Mt. Hua and rescued his mom.

 

Group Members

  • Producer | Liang Yueh-Ying
  • Playwright | Director|Li Wen-xun
  • Music Design|Chen Yu-huan
  • PerformerS|Wang Xuan-huai、Lin Yu-ling、Lin Bo-yan

 

Featured Artists

PerformersWang Xuan-huaiErlang Shen

Born in 1997, he is a junior who enrolled at Dep. of Hakka Opera, National Taiwan College of Performing Arts in age 12. Studied under Li Wen-Xun, Huang Jun-Lang, Gu Yi-Fan, Hu Chen-Yu. The repertoire: At the Crossroads, Two generals, Death of Chou Yu, Fight with Azure Dragon At the Crossroads, Two generals, Death of Chou Yu, Fight with Azure Dragon ,etc.

 

Performers/Lin Yu-lingSan Sheng Mu

Born in 1998, she is a freshman who enrolled at Dep. of Hakka Opera, National Taiwan College of Performing Arts in age 12. Majoring in Dan(female lead), she had performed in Penglai Treasure Hunter - Huang Long (produced by Hakka TV), Cowherd and Vega, Story of Mt. Hua, 2017 Taipei Universiade opening ceremony ,etc.

 

Performers/Lin Bo-yanChen Xiang

Born in 2001, he is in the 2nd year of high school, who enrolled at Dep. of Hakka Opera, National Taiwan College of Performing Arts in age 12. He had performed in Penglai Treasure Hunter - Huang Long (produced by Hakka TV), Cowherd and Vega, Story of Mt. Hua, 2017 Taipei Universiade opening ceremony , etc.

 

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About the Performance Schedule

Click here to view the complete performance schedule.​

This year there are a total of eight performances, and each performance comprises three one-act plays presented by different performing groups.

Click here to view the complete performance schedule.

Length: About 90 minutes for each performance (without intermission)

Venue: Experimental Theatre

Note:

1. Chinese and English subtitles are provided.

2. Each performance will be recorded.

 

Ticket Prices: NT$400/600 for each performance (reserved seating)

 

 

Organizer: National Center for Traditional Arts

Advisor: Ministry of Culture

* Please visit the official website for all the latest updates.

* The organizers reserve the right to make changes to the event program.

 

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