SPOTLIGHT ON CHINESE THEATRE
The Spotlight on China showcases new developments in Chinese theatre both at home and abroad. From performance reviews and interviews, to an ever-growing archive of essays, the series offers The Theatre Times' readers a window on the Chinese theatre landscape.
Tianjiao Li and Xuexi Li from Quirky Moth Theatre – China’s leading theatre company discuss the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic had on China’s theatre and its communities from the perspective of a theatre maker and spectator. Tianjiao Li and Xuexi Li talk about how the particular situation of artists in China made them resilient to the COVID-19 pandemic, encouraged experimentation, and increased their own visibility. They also explain why they think Theatre will survive the pandemic.
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