Home > News > Tibet > Culture & Religion >

Modern drama "North Courtyard of Barkor Street"
By:China Tibet News
update:July 24,2020
July 24,2020 -- Recently, an original modern drama "North Courtyard of Barkor Street" was performed by Tibetan Modern Drama Troupe at the Tibetan Opera Art Center in Lhasa City, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.

Basing on an old courtyard located in the north of Barkor Street in the center of Lhasa, around an old well with a history of hundreds of years, "North Courtyard of Barkor Street" tells a story of people from Tibetan, Han, Hui and other nationalities living in harmony and pursuing a better life together for more than 40 years, including the emotion between Chimed, Phudruza, Pu Tao and Tsedrolma, friendship between Yang Zhi and Chimed, as well as the love story between Basum, Yargu and Lhamo, reflecting the changes of life and time.

"This is the second meeting with the audience after over two years of revision and upgrading, and its stage, design, music and other aspects have been greatly optimized, including the addition of snowy scenes and two-dimensional space narrative method about family. This modern drama has been carefully modified and improved, making the scenes more realistic and the characters livelier, as well as bringing a new audio-visual experience to the audience." Says Wu Xu, director of the modern drama from China Children's Art Theater. [Photo/Zheng Lu, Yuan Haixia]

By:Liu Fang, Zhu Nan
  • Traditional dance helps reduce poverty in Shannan, Tibet
  • Tibetan antelopes seen near Zonag Lake in Qinghai
  • Scenery of Lhunzhub County in China’s Tibet

E-mail:editor@tibetol.cn |About Us|Contact Us |Site Maps|
Address:3/F, C Tower, RECREO International Centre, 8 Wangjing East Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100102, PRC
Copyright by China Intercontinental Communication Co., Ltd All Rights Reserved.