Five Chinese Musicals Raked Awards at Qianqiao Musical Awards
By Mei Manuel, December 30, 2018 00:12 AM
On December 27, five Chinese musicals won the Best Musical Production Award at the third Qianqiao Musical Awards in Beijing.
The winners include the Chinese version of "The Cat Who Wished to be a Man" based on the children's novel written by Lloyd Chudley Alexander and the Chinese version of Antoine de Saint-Exupery's classic "The Little Prince."
The Qianqiao Musical Awards was launched by the Tianqiao Performing Arts Center and aims to introduce and promote Chinese musical productions.
For this year's award ceremony, the winners were selected from 12 Chinese musicals which were performed at the Tianqiao Performing Arts Center from October to December this year and brought in 40,000 audiences.
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