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THE RED DRESS to Be Performed For the 1st Time in a Major City Outside of China, 3/6-9

THE RED DRESS to Be Performed For the 1st Time in a Major City Outside of China, 3/6-9

For the FIRST TIME in a major city outside of China (Asia), the Chinese National Award-winning dance drama, "The Red Dress" by the China Ningbo Performance & Arts Group will be performed at the David H. Koch Theater (Lincoln Center) March 6 - 9, 2014. The Red Dress is directed by Wang Xlaying, with choreography by Yim Mei and the Composer is Lan Tian. The Stage Art designer is Dai Yannian and the Lighting Designer is Xing Xin. The spectacular production is presented by The China Arts & Entertainment Group (CAEG), a creative enterprise under the administration of the Ministry of Culture for the People's Republic of China. The engagement is the third production of an ongoing relationship between CAEG and the David H. Koch Theater. These presentations showcase China's historical contribution to the world of theater and art by presenting the finest in Chinese contemporary and classical performing arts to the United States.

The Red Dress tells the touching love story of a young man and young woman from two rich families in an ancient town in southern China. Sweethearts since they were young, they fell in love then moved apart. A promise of marriage makes the beautiful bride-to-be wait for many years for her dream of a red wedding dress. A tale of loyalty, tradition and love, The Red Dress features a company of more than 45 dancers who bring this astonishing tale to life through grand spectacle and movement.

WHAT: Dress Rehearsal - News & Photo Op:

WHERE: David H Koch Theatre (Lincoln Center) Left side of lobby
Amsterdam Avenue aprox 63rd Street

WHEN: Next THURSDAY, MARCH 6th, 2014
TIME 1:00 - 1:30 pm Please Check in at 12:45 pm

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