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China on stage; an American actress in the People's Republic.

[1st ed.].. New York, Random House [1972] .
ISBN 9780394468747, 0394468740

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Subjects China.
Chinese drama -- Translations into English.
Chinese drama.
Performing arts -- China.
Performing arts.
Teatro ingleĢs -- Traducciones del chino.
Description xv, 328 pages illustrations 25 cm
Copyright Date [1972]
Notes Also issued online.
Summary Theatre has always played a major part in Chinese life. Combining ancient forms with revolutionary messages, the Chinese Communists from their guerilla beginnings have use d theatre as educational and innovative entertainment for all the people.
Contents Introduction: reversing history.--Taking Tiger Mountain: text of Taking Tiger Mountain by strategy.--"For whom?"--Shachiapang.--Peasants and soldiers in ballet shoes.--The red lantern, and the theatre to be.--Do-it-yourself-theatre.--Glossary of Chinese theatre and dance terms.
Genre Translations.
Geographic Area China
Network Numbers (OCoLC)369918
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WorldCat Identities Snow, Lois Wheeler.
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