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京劇 Beijing Opera
It is said that the complete Beijing Opera repertoire includes more than 3800 plays.
Beijing City Stay
The repertoire of Peking opera is mainly engaged in fairy tales of preceding dynasties, important historical events, emperors, ministers and generals.
Nancy Guy. Peking Opera and Politics in Taiwan. Champaign
Peking opera repertoire including banning any post-1949 operas from the main- land.
than half-a-century of integration and combination, Peking.
Night Program 1---Beijing Opera Tour
the abundance of repertoires, the number of artists, opera troupes and spectators .

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Orlando's Li Qiao in Beijing opera at Lincoln Center
She will star in “The Imperial Concubine Is Drunk,” a classic part of the Beijing opera repertoire. In the show, Qiao plays the concubine, who turns to alcohol to dampen her disappointment after a rendezvous with the Chinese emperor falls through.

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Characters and Role Categories in Beijing Opera - China culture
The Beijing Opera repertoire runs to more than 1000 items, all of which tell and retell touching stories of sorrow, happiness, separation, and reunion.
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Peking opera - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The repertoire of Peking opera includes nearly 1400 works.
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University of Hawaii Press - Mei Lanfang: The Art of Beijing Opera
During his lifetime, Mei performed over 100 different roles in the traditional Beijing Opera repertoire as a dan, or traditional female impersonator.

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