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Absurdist comedy to amuse locals
    2017-September-5  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Chinese absurdist comedy “Mt. Wulong Duke” will amuse local audiences at Huaxia Art Center.

“Mt. Wulong Duke” explores the themes of love, death, conspiracy, betrayal and revenge. The plot involves an undercover police officer who disguises himself as a “living animal” while solving a murder. Meanwhile, a robber thinks he can obtain a vault full of gold if he helps a bank president kill his adversary. However, the robber’s plan goes awry when he ends up locked inside the vault for three years. To pass the time, he learns the erhu, a two-stringed Chinese musical instrument played with a bow.

Mahua Fun Age Productions is renowned among young Chinese audiences for its absurdist humor and use of catchy Internet phrases. Founded in 2003, Mahua Fun Age Productions has produced dozens of popular plays and musicals, including “Crazy Stones,” “Somali Pirates” and “Goodbye, Mr. Loser.”

Time: 8 p.m., Sept. 8-9; 3 p.m., Sept. 10

Tickets: 80-880 yuan

Venue: Huaxia Art Center, 1 Guangqiao Street, Overseas Chinese Town, Nanshan District (南山区华侨城光侨街1号华夏艺术中心)

Metro: Line 1, OCT Station (华侨城站), Exit B(SD News)

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