Date: Dec 8-9 - 7:30 pm
Venue: National Centre for the Performing Arts
Deep in Memory is a dance drama of relatively independent but interlinked plots written based on the 1937 Nanjing Massacre under the theme of witnesses' memories from the perspective of Chinese-American writer Iris Chang's exploration on the massacre. Despite differences from character to character, there is the same message: this work is in memory of all the sufferings and pains experienced by China in the name of peace. Iris Chang serving as a clue, witnesses' memories of the holocaust are set out in Deep in Memory along the main line of real historical figures: John Rabe, Minnie Vautrin, Li Xiuying and Shiro Azuma. Founded in September 2001, Jiangsu Performing Arts Group Co., Ltd. is one of China's largest comprehensive artistic groups. At present, it has 11 performing arts troupes, one stage design centre, and three theaters, and covers 12 art forms.
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