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作者LAO, She HOWARD-GIBBON, John (tra.)
Set in an old teahouse in Beijing, the play is one of Lao She’s finest works, sketching a panorama of Chinese history and culture during the transformative period from tradition to modernity. Teahouse spans fifty years of Chinese history, from the collapse of the Qing dynasty and the Republican Revolution to the birth of the People’s Republic, weaving together the tales of over sixty characters from various walks of life. Noted for its vibrant characters and lively use of the Beijing dialect, perhaps the work’s most enduring value lies in Lao She’s vision of history, prophetic in terms of later political movements and their disastrous impact on the Chinese people. Teahouse is a rare masterpiece of contemporary Chinese theatre that has been performed through-out Japan, Europe, and North America, and translated into numerous foreign languages.
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