A grand celebration of the art of performance and a hub for cultural exchange amidst the stunning backdrop of ancient canals and alleys, the Festival consists of various inter-related parts: the Specially Invited Plays, the Emerging Theatre Artists Competition, the Outdoor Carnival, and the Wuzhen Dialogues, etc. The entire town of Wuzhen, which has a history of more than 1,300 years, is transformed into a stage, and theatre lovers all over the world are invited to enjoy this tantalizing feast of the theatrical arts.
Festival Reviews and Reports:
An Interview With Stan Lai On “The Village,” His Artistic Vision, And Hong Kong
Kai Tuchmann On Dramaturgy And Digital Realities
All Wuzhen’s A Stage, But It’s Not Yet A Big Player
A Performative View On Kafka’s “The Great Wall” By Paper Tiger Theatre Studio (Beijing)
Art In Public Spaces: Immersive And Site-specific Theatre Off-stage In China