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Bard’s tragedies on their toes

Bard’s tragedies on their toes

SHAKESPEARE’S comedies are entertaining to watch for the witty repartee and playful plots, but it’s the Bard’s tragedies that have captured the heart of ballet choreographer Derek Deane. “Comedies are ...

Li Anlan | October 2, 2016, Sunday


Nature as you’ve never seen it

Nature as you’ve never seen it

THE Shanghai Center of Photography attempts to challenge the objectivity of the photographic arts by presenting alternatives that reconstruct and reinterpret the world around us with innovative pictorial ...

Lynn Liu | October 2, 2016, Sunday


Photos offer new view of Sun Yat-sen

Photos offer new view of Sun Yat-sen

AN exhibition of private photos showing the life of Chinese revolutionary leader Sun Yat-sen is underway at his former residence in Shanghai to mark the 150th anniversary of his birth. On view are about ...

Yang Meiping | October 2, 2016, Sunday

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Actor confronts humor, pain in Shakespeare comedy

Actor confronts humor, pain in Shakespeare comedy

The one-man stage show “I, Malvolio” is the story of Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” as told by that play’s much abused steward....

October 2, 2016, Sunday


Plum Blossoms

Plum Blossoms

The literati painting, a major genre of traditional Chinese painting that focuses more on personal expression and subjective treatment of reality, hit its last golden age during the late Qing Dynasty (1644-1911)...

October 2, 2016, Sunday


Opera boring? Not anymore!

Opera boring? Not anymore!

TRADITIONAL Chinese opera, with its sometimes shrill tones, long-winded plots and stylized movements, hasn’t been particularly popular with young generations more interested in rap, rock, Hollywood fantasy ...

Xu Wei | September 25, 2016, Sunday


‘Merchant’ trades on timeless themes

‘Merchant’ trades on timeless themes

IN honor of the 400th anniversary of the death of Shakespeare, London’s Globe Theater is presenting its 2015 production of “The Merchant of Venice” at the Oriental Art Center in Shanghai this weekend. On ...

Li Anlan | September 25, 2016, Sunday


Ruffles, stripes and buying now: 5 themes from London

Ruffles, stripes and buying now: 5 themes from London

RUFFLES can be romantic and feminine, or over-the-top and girly, but there was no avoiding them at the London catwalk shows this week, from new labels to established big brands. There were centuries-old ...

Alice Ritchie | September 25, 2016, Sunday


‘Blair Witch’ sequel loses way in woods

‘Blair Witch’ sequel loses way in woods

People will have different reactions to the new “The Blair Witch Project” sequel, but we all probably can agree on this: We need to hurry up and clear-cut that haunted forest in Maryland, once and for...

Mark Kennedy | September 25, 2016, Sunday


Classic gets insignificant remake

Classic gets insignificant remake

Deciding to remake “The Magnificent Seven” with a fresh batch of movie stars is certainly no sin....

Lindsey Bahr | September 25, 2016, Sunday


 

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