33-Year-Old Actress Promotes Traditional Chinese Opera Culture Beyond Theaters

April 30, 2019
Editor: Ling Xiao
 
Combo photo shows actress He Nina performing on stage in Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, April 24, 2019 (L), and He practicing performing skill at home in Urumqi, April 25, 2019. Born in a family dedicated to Qinqiang opera, a folk Chinese opera in northwest China, 33-year-old actress He Nina played the role of a young woman in the opera at a Qinqiang opera troupe in Urumqi since 2005. Beyond theaters, He Nina and her colleagues performed the opera in communities and schools to promote traditional Chinese opera culture. Performing classic works of Qinqiang opera should be tailored to modern times as a way to gain popularity in the market, said He. [Xinhua/Hu Huhu]

 

Actress He Nina arranges headwear before performing in Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, April 24, 2019. Born in a family dedicated to Qinqiang opera, a folk Chinese opera in northwest China, 33-year-old actress He Nina played the role of a young woman in the opera at a Qinqiang opera troupe in Urumqi since 2005. Beyond theaters, He Nina and her colleagues performed the opera in communities and schools to promote traditional Chinese opera culture. Performing classic works of Qinqiang opera should be tailored to modern times as a way to gain popularity in the market, said He. [Xinhua/Hu Huhu]

 

Actress He Nina (R) performs at a primary school in Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, April 25, 2019. Born in a family dedicated to Qinqiang opera, a folk Chinese opera in northwest China, 33-year-old actress He Nina played the role of a young woman in the opera at a Qinqiang opera troupe in Urumqi since 2005. Beyond theaters, He Nina and her colleagues performed the opera in communities and schools to promote traditional Chinese opera culture. Performing classic works of Qinqiang opera should be tailored to modern times as a way to gain popularity in the market, said He. [Xinhua/Hu Huhu]
Actress He Nina (L) rehearses with her colleague (R) following the guidance of their director Ma Qi in Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, April 24, 2019. Born in a family dedicated to Qinqiang opera, a folk Chinese opera in northwest China, 33-year-old actress He Nina played the role of a young woman in the opera at a Qinqiang opera troupe in Urumqi since 2005. Beyond theaters, He Nina and her colleagues performed the opera in communities and schools to promote traditional Chinese opera culture. Performing classic works of Qinqiang opera should be tailored to modern times as a way to gain popularity in the market, said He. [Xinhua/Hu Huhu]

 

Actress He Nina reviews libretto at the backstage of a theater in Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, April 25, 2019. Born in a family dedicated to Qinqiang opera, a folk Chinese opera in northwest China, 33-year-old actress He Nina played the role of a young woman in the opera at a Qinqiang opera troupe in Urumqi since 2005. Beyond theaters, He Nina and her colleagues performed the opera in communities and schools to promote traditional Chinese opera culture. Performing classic works of Qinqiang opera should be tailored to modern times as a way to gain popularity in the market, said He. [Xinhua/Hu Huhu]

 

Actress He Nina poses for photos for a new opera work in Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, April 24, 2019. Born in a family dedicated to Qinqiang opera, a folk Chinese opera in northwest China, 33-year-old actress He Nina played the role of a young woman in the opera at a Qinqiang opera troupe in Urumqi since 2005. Beyond theaters, He Nina and her colleagues performed the opera in communities and schools to promote traditional Chinese opera culture. Performing classic works of Qinqiang opera should be tailored to modern times as a way to gain popularity in the market, said He. [Xinhua/Hu Huhu]

 

Actress He Nina rehearses in Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, April 25, 2019. Born in a family dedicated to Qinqiang opera, a folk Chinese opera in northwest China, 33-year-old actress He Nina played the role of a young woman in the opera at a Qinqiang opera troupe in Urumqi since 2005. Beyond theaters, He Nina and her colleagues performed the opera in communities and schools to promote traditional Chinese opera culture. Performing classic works of Qinqiang opera should be tailored to modern times as a way to gain popularity in the market, said He. [Xinhua/Hu Huhu]

 

Actress He Nina (L) and her colleague Wang Gang perform Qinqiang opera on stage in Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, April 24, 2019. Born in a family dedicated to Qinqiang opera, a folk Chinese opera in northwest China, 33-year-old actress He Nina played the role of a young woman in the opera at a Qinqiang opera troupe in Urumqi since 2005. Beyond theaters, He Nina and her colleagues performed the opera in communities and schools to promote traditional Chinese opera culture. Performing classic works of Qinqiang opera should be tailored to modern times as a way to gain popularity in the market, said He. [Xinhua/Hu Huhu]

 

Actress He Nina rehearses on stage in Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, April 24, 2019. Born in a family dedicated to Qinqiang opera, a folk Chinese opera in northwest China, 33-year-old actress He Nina played the role of a young woman in the opera at a Qinqiang opera troupe in Urumqi since 2005. Beyond theaters, He Nina and her colleagues performed the opera in communities and schools to promote traditional Chinese opera culture. Performing classic works of Qinqiang opera should be tailored to modern times as a way to gain popularity in the market, said He. [Xinhua/Hu Huhu]

 

Actress He Nina (L) performs with her colleagues on stage in Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, April 24, 2019. Born in a family dedicated to Qinqiang opera, a folk Chinese opera in northwest China, 33-year-old actress He Nina played the role of a young woman in the opera at a Qinqiang opera troupe in Urumqi since 2005. Beyond theaters, He Nina and her colleagues performed the opera in communities and schools to promote traditional Chinese opera culture. Performing classic works of Qinqiang opera should be tailored to modern times as a way to gain popularity in the market, said He. [Xinhua/Hu Huhu]

 

Actress He Nina performs at a primary school in Urumqi, capital of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, April 25, 2019. Born in a family dedicated to Qinqiang opera, a folk Chinese opera in northwest China, 33-year-old actress He Nina played the role of a young woman in the opera at a Qinqiang opera troupe in Urumqi since 2005. Beyond theaters, He Nina and her colleagues performed the opera in communities and schools to promote traditional Chinese opera culture. Performing classic works of Qinqiang opera should be tailored to modern times as a way to gain popularity in the market, said He. [Xinhua/Hu Huhu]

 

(Source: Xinhua)

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