"The Three Fun Instalments" includes the fairy tale "The Boy who Cried Wolf", newly-created current-event drama "The Fall of the Great Wall" and the traditional Peking Opera farce "The Robbers". The first two pieces are original scripts created by the students, exhibiting the fruitful results of their hard work; the last piece is based on the traditional Peking Opera farce "The Robbers" and rewritten by the students by adding new elements to it. It’s indeed the embodiment of the exquisiteness of traditional opera and the humour of classic "comedies".
Focus：This is a performance that exhibits the fruitful results in script-writing and directing of students in the Department of Chinese Opera, Chinese Culture University. It presents the exquisiteness of traditional opera and the humor of classic "comedies", attracting more young people in order to better know and support the traditional arts.