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Loved it! The theater is quite small which gives great view of the show regardless of where you sit. We really enjoyed the diversity of the performances. From singers, acrobats, musiciens, puppets, and of course the changing faces, it has it all. Even the comic play was really funny, though we did not understand it fully since it was in Chinese, but that tells how good the actors were. It was interesting to see that the majority of the customers were Chinese, which confirmed the traditional characters of the show - not just a touristy event. Tea is provided through the evening and we munched on the provided snacks of various beans. Both my husband and I had a blast and we recommend it to anyone visiting in Chengdu.
The Sichuan Opera was fantastic! Definitely a must see in Chengdu!! The whole night was very entertaining!
Have a drink, snack and get a massage while you watch a fun performance.
We did the option to be made up like the cast, it was great, unbelievable pictures.
Show was entertaining and extremely enjoyable
I decided to take the VIP option on this tour which included either an ear grooming, Chinese massage or make up/dress up option. We opted for the Chinese massage, which was an interesting massage.
The environment was unique and enchanting and we were served our tea on arrival.
The show itself was for an hour and a half but the time seemed to fly by.
It was very entertaining and combined face changing, opera, music, tricks, a clever show with some Chinese slap stick. My favourite part was the face changing. I was truly impressed.
A nice evening of entertainment.
The opera was very interesting. For VIP, I showed up an hour early to have the costume and makeup done, which was a lot of fun! They offer photo services at an additional fee, and help you pose in traditional dance movements. The opera was a variety hour of different chinese performance acts
Redeemed the coupons for tickets without too much trouble as I speak Chinese, but I have no idea how others would have known to go to the shopping complex across the street from the park, and then to a desk in the back. As for the show, it was extremely loud too loud! and while the face changing and fire breathing at the very end were fun, there was an awful lot of non-opera felt like a US variety show in the 1940s -- slapstick, bad jokes, overall silliness -- but the audience clearly loved it! Worth every penny if you want to experience today's China..
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