China Fringe Theater Festival

February 08 - February 16, 2019

Ellen Stewart Theatre | 66 East 4th Street (2nd Floor)

All Performances Presented in Chinese with English Subtitles!

Part of the Creative China Festival 2019
In Partnership with the Beijing Contemporary Art Foundation, Beijing Fringe Festival,
Shanghai Huidiji Public Psychological Care Center, and The Physical Guerrillas

Creative China Festival is committed to becoming a platform to nurture innovative creators and foster in-depth collaborations between China and the US in the fields of contemporary arts and culture. CCF shares the influential and dynamic works of Chinese contemporary arts and culture through 80 events in 8 cities during 200 days, including discussions, films, dances, theater, music, design, art, youth program, artist talks, workshops, fellowships, family programs, publication grants, US arts delegations to China, and arts study tours.

February 8 & 9

The Dictionary of Soul

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By The Physical Guerrillas
Directed by Li Ning
Don’t ask what soul is.
It can be felt only.
Soul can’t be defined and showed by performance
This works is not drama; drama is only a piece of cloth of soul.

February 10 & 11

Two Dogs

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By Meng Theatre Studio
Directed by Meng Jinghui
Two Dogs is an exceptional example of contemporary Chinese avant-garde theater. Since its premiere in 2007, it has been performed more than 2000 times, both throughout China and at international venues and festivals. Directed by Meng Jinghui, China’s most influential and celebrated theatre director.

February 15 & 16

The Story of Xiaoyi

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By Shanghai Huidiji Public
Psychological Care Center

Directed by Sun Xinlan
The Story of Xiaoyi is an interactive psychodrama composed of four major sections, “Dramatic Presentation”, “Interactive Experiences”, “Volunteer Interpretation” and “Hui Diji’s Heart Forum” based on real stories and psycho-social counseling cases.

About the Creative China Festival

Creative China Festival is committed to becoming a platform to nurture innovative creators and foster in-depth collaborations between China and the US in the fields of contemporary arts and culture. CCF shares the influential and dynamic works of Chinese contemporary arts and culture through 80 events in 8 cities during 200 days, including discussions, films, dances, theater, music, design, art, youth program, artist talks, workshops, fellowships, family programs, publication grants, US arts delegations to China, and arts study tours.