Blog Category - Stage
Plenty of heavenly sounding show tunes will be sung for an audience with congregation-level enthusiasm from August 18-20.
A show depicting ancient Greece's most enduring myth through the use of horses and state-of-the-art special effects begins a half-year residency a
Back in the simpler times of 90s pop ballads, nobody could hit, let alone hold, the lofty high notes attained by beloved diva Whitney Houston.
Beijing can be overstimulating to say the least.
A 300-year-old French comedy has been winning laughs and plaudits on its Chinese tour, proving that its themes of financial greed and the corrupti
Be prepared to experience Mozart’s fairytale opera The Magic Flute (Chinese) as y
Isabelle Huppert, a bona fide movie legend, has been nominated for a César Award, the French equivalent of the Oscars, more often than any other a
The musical Wicked has conquered the world si
Even though Joe Wong has had plenty of success in the notoriously tough American standup scene, when he returned home his wife scoffed at how soft
Even though he's performed for TV audiences of 1 billion, Mark Rowswell's first bit of big exposure outside of China's borders left him flustered
Levers and wires and pulled and manipulated until the wooden and metal creatures are brought to vivid life.
Beijing is blessed with an excellent performing arts scene, from theater to live music of all genres and modern dance, but one thing we (and by we
Honestly, my husband and I didn’t have high hopes when we made our way to Neverland to meet Peter Pan in the flesh.
My first time experiencing Beijing opera was when I first spent an extended amount of time here living with a host family.