Popular Cartoon Series Comes to Beijing

ByDeng Zhangyu June 4, 2021
A musical adapted from a popular children's cartoon series The Big Head Son and Little Head Father will be staged in Beijing from June 4 to 6 at Poly Theater and later tour other cities in China. [For China Daily]

 

A musical adapted from a popular children's cartoon series The Big Head Son and Little Head Father will be staged in Beijing from June 4 to 6 at Poly Theater and later tour other cities in China.

The cartoon series was produced by CCTV Animation in 1995 and has frequently aired on TV and online video platforms. The 156-episode series tell interesting happenings in a happy family comprised of a big head son, a small head father and a mother wearing apron.

The musical sets a new background for the family from the cartoon series: the big head son and his friends travel into a parallel universe where all their wishes can be realized through virtual reality glasses designed by his little head father. The children immerse themselves so much in the wonderland that they forget about their parents and the real world. Both the children and parents finally find each other and understand what they really want.

The children's musical made its debut on International Children's Day in Beijing.

A musical adapted from a popular children's cartoon series The Big Head Son and Little Head Father will be staged in Beijing from June 4 to 6 at Poly Theater and later tour other cities in China. [For China Daily]

 

A musical adapted from a popular children's cartoon series The Big Head Son and Little Head Father will be staged in Beijing from June 4 to 6 at Poly Theater and later tour other cities in China. [For China Daily]

 

(Source: chinadaily.com.cn)

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