February 15 - February 16, 2019
Ellen Stewart Theatre | 66 East 4th Street (2nd Floor)
Friday & Saturday at 7PM
$25 Tickets; $20 Student/Senior Tickets [+$1 Facility Fee]
Run Time: 100 minutes
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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 sections: “Dramatic Presentation,” “Interactive Experiences,” “Volunteer Interpretation,” and “Hui Diji’s Heart Forum,” all based on real stories and psycho-social counseling cases.
Shanghai Huidiji Public Psychological Care Center was launched in 2011 in Shanghai, China. It is a non-profit professional organization that provides mental health care services and spiritual guidance for the public. It aims to promote the general welfare of Chinese society.
This interactive performance will be presented in Mandarin Chinese with headsets for simultaneous interpretation by live interpreters!
“A play that guards the happiness of left-behind children.”
— People’s Daily China
“An interactive psychology play caring the mental health of left-behind children.”
— Wenhui Daily
Director in Chief: Sun Xinlan
Producer: Sun Xiaojing
Director: Wu Gang
Moderator: Liu Yang
Director of Operations: Liu Yanhua
Production & Props Team: Zhu Yinbin
Camera Team: Yang Jun
Makeup Team: He Yi & Liu Liangyan
Lighting Design: Yao Yongwei
Sound and Visual Effects: Shao Huinan
Li Jing, Hu Yuhan, Liu Yang, Zhang Xinyu, Qiao Zhi, Tang Haiyan,
Wang Yanli, Tan Jieqiong, Peng Hongli, Xiong Yixin
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.