Li cha san shi (Richard III) (Lin, 2001)

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Li cha san shi (Richard III)

This is a modern interpretation of Richard III, and adapts the text to a contemporary corporate context. The performance is more avant garde in style and has multiple actors playing one character. Original date entry: 2001 and 22/09/01 – 24/09/01

2001 – Capital Theatre, Beijing, China and 22/09/01 – 24/09/01 – Haus der Berliner Festspiele, Berlin, Germany

Li cha san shi (Richard III)

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Opening Scene + murder of Clarence

Opening scene and the murder of Clarence. This jazzy Richard III (performed in Mandarin by mainland Chinese actors and enhanced by multimedia on stage) was directed by Mr. LIN Zhaohua,...more

Opening scene and the murder of Clarence.

This jazzy Richard III (performed in Mandarin by mainland Chinese actors and enhanced by multimedia on stage) was directed by Mr. LIN Zhaohua, a key figure in avant-garde theater in East Asia. He began his career in 1951 with the preeminent, state-funded, Beijing People’s Arts Theatre (BPAT) and established his own company, the Lin Zhaohua Workshop, in 1989.

Commissioned by Berlin Asien-Pazifik Woche 2001 and performed in Beijing and Berlin less

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