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National Theatre of China: Two Dogs' Opinions on Life

National Theatre of China's improvisational comedy Two Dogs' Opinions on Life explores some of the big questions plaguing Chinese society from a canine perspective.
 

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The National Theatre of China, the country's largest state-level performing arts organization, is rich in history and established resources, having recently opened its own theatre complex in central Beijing. Two Dogs' Opinions on Life, an improvisational comedy, is a story of two brother dogs who leave their hometown for the city to pursue their dreams. Through this avant-garde contemporary theater piece, audience members will explore some of the big questions plaguing Chinese society from a canine perspective. Poverty, cyber love, weight loss, female secretaries and male bosses, traffic jams on Beijing's Second Ring Road, and food safety--it's all just part of life in the dog-eat-dog environment of China's biggest city. In Chinese with English supertitles.  Note:  Strong language may be used.
 
CHINA: The Art of a Nation, a series on the arts and culture of China inspired by the Center's acclaimed Festival of China in 2005, revisits the flourishing arts of one of the 21st century's world powers with nearly 300 artists spanning all genres of the performing arts.
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