PHOTOS Rehearsal of 'Teahouse' performed in Avignon, France

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Rehearsal of 'Teahouse' performed in Avignon, France

Xinhua

21:15, July 10, 2019

Actors perform during a rehearsal of "Teahouse" directed by acclaimed Chinese drama director Meng Jinghui at the 73rd Festival d'Avignon in Avignon, France, July 8, 2019. "Teahouse," based on a masterpiece of Chinese dramatist Lao She, was performed Tuesday during the 73rd Festival d'Avignon as one of the festival's core artistic programs. This is the first time for a contemporary Chinese theatrical work to be staged at the event. The 73rd Festival d'Avignon is held from July 4 to 23. (Xinhua/Gao Jing)

Actors perform during a rehearsal of "Teahouse" directed by acclaimed Chinese drama director Meng Jinghui at the 73rd Festival d'Avignon in Avignon, France, July 8, 2019. "Teahouse," based on a masterpiece of Chinese dramatist Lao She, was performed Tuesday during the 73rd Festival d'Avignon as one of the festival's core artistic programs. This is the first time for a contemporary Chinese theatrical work to be staged at the event. The 73rd Festival d'Avignon is held from July 4 to 23. (Xinhua/Gao Jing)

Actors perform during a rehearsal of "Teahouse" directed by acclaimed Chinese drama director Meng Jinghui at the 73rd Festival d'Avignon in Avignon, France, July 8, 2019. "Teahouse," based on a masterpiece of Chinese dramatist Lao She, was performed Tuesday during the 73rd Festival d'Avignon as one of the festival's core artistic programs. This is the first time for a contemporary Chinese theatrical work to be staged at the event. The 73rd Festival d'Avignon is held from July 4 to 23. (Xinhua/Gao Jing)

Actors perform during a rehearsal of "Teahouse" directed by acclaimed Chinese drama director Meng Jinghui at the 73rd Festival d'Avignon in Avignon, France, July 8, 2019. "Teahouse," based on a masterpiece of Chinese dramatist Lao She, was performed Tuesday during the 73rd Festival d'Avignon as one of the festival's core artistic programs. This is the first time for a contemporary Chinese theatrical work to be staged at the event. The 73rd Festival d'Avignon is held from July 4 to 23. (Xinhua/Gao Jing)

An actor performs during a rehearsal of "Teahouse" directed by acclaimed Chinese drama director Meng Jinghui at the 73rd Festival d'Avignon in Avignon, France, July 8, 2019. "Teahouse," based on a masterpiece of Chinese dramatist Lao She, was performed Tuesday during the 73rd Festival d'Avignon as one of the festival's core artistic programs. This is the first time for a contemporary Chinese theatrical work to be staged at the event. The 73rd Festival d'Avignon is held from July 4 to 23. (Xinhua/Gao Jing)

Actors perform during a rehearsal of "Teahouse" directed by acclaimed Chinese drama director Meng Jinghui at the 73rd Festival d'Avignon in Avignon, France, July 8, 2019. "Teahouse," based on a masterpiece of Chinese dramatist Lao She, was performed Tuesday during the 73rd Festival d'Avignon as one of the festival's core artistic programs. This is the first time for a contemporary Chinese theatrical work to be staged at the event. The 73rd Festival d'Avignon is held from July 4 to 23. (Xinhua/Gao Jing)

Actors perform during a rehearsal of "Teahouse" directed by Chinese drama director Meng Jinghui at the 73rd Festival d'Avignon in Avignon, France, July 8, 2019. "Teahouse," based on a masterpiece of Chinese dramatist Lao She, was performed Tuesday during the 73rd Festival d'Avignon as one of the festival's core artistic programs. This is the first time for a contemporary Chinese theatrical work to be staged at the event. The 73rd Festival d'Avignon is held from July 4 to 23. (Xinhua/Gao Jing)

Actors perform during a rehearsal of "Teahouse" directed by acclaimed Chinese drama director Meng Jinghui at the 73rd Festival d'Avignon in Avignon, France, July 8, 2019. "Teahouse," based on a masterpiece of Chinese dramatist Lao She, was performed Tuesday during the 73rd Festival d'Avignon as one of the festival's core artistic programs. This is the first time for a contemporary Chinese theatrical work to be staged at the event. The 73rd Festival d'Avignon is held from July 4 to 23. (Xinhua/Gao Jing)

Actors perform during a rehearsal of "Teahouse" directed by acclaimed Chinese drama director Meng Jinghui at the 73rd Festival d'Avignon in Avignon, France, July 8, 2019. "Teahouse," based on a masterpiece of Chinese dramatist Lao She, was performed Tuesday during the 73rd Festival d'Avignon as one of the festival's core artistic programs. This is the first time for a contemporary Chinese theatrical work to be staged at the event. The 73rd Festival d'Avignon is held from July 4 to 23. (Xinhua/Gao Jing)

Actors perform during a rehearsal of "Teahouse" directed by acclaimed Chinese drama director Meng Jinghui at the 73rd Festival d'Avignon in Avignon, France, July 8, 2019. "Teahouse," based on a masterpiece of Chinese dramatist Lao She, was performed Tuesday during the 73rd Festival d'Avignon as one of the festival's core artistic programs. This is the first time for a contemporary Chinese theatrical work to be staged at the event. The 73rd Festival d'Avignon is held from July 4 to 23. (Xinhua/Gao Jing)

Actors perform during a rehearsal of "Teahouse" directed by acclaimed Chinese drama director Meng Jinghui at the 73rd Festival d'Avignon in Avignon, France, July 8, 2019. "Teahouse," based on a masterpiece of Chinese dramatist Lao She, was performed Tuesday during the 73rd Festival d'Avignon as one of the festival's core artistic programs. This is the first time for a contemporary Chinese theatrical work to be staged at the event. The 73rd Festival d'Avignon is held from July 4 to 23. (Xinhua/Gao Jing)

An actor performs during a rehearsal of "Teahouse" directed by acclaimed Chinese drama director Meng Jinghui at the 73rd Festival d'Avignon in Avignon, France, July 8, 2019. "Teahouse," based on a masterpiece of Chinese dramatist Lao She, was performed Tuesday during the 73rd Festival d'Avignon as one of the festival's core artistic programs. This is the first time for a contemporary Chinese theatrical work to be staged at the event. The 73rd Festival d'Avignon is held from July 4 to 23. (Xinhua/Gao Jing)

Actors perform during a rehearsal of "Teahouse" directed by acclaimed Chinese drama director Meng Jinghui at the 73rd Festival d'Avignon in Avignon, France, July 8, 2019. "Teahouse," based on a masterpiece of Chinese dramatist Lao She, was performed Tuesday during the 73rd Festival d'Avignon as one of the festival's core artistic programs. This is the first time for a contemporary Chinese theatrical work to be staged at the event. The 73rd Festival d'Avignon is held from July 4 to 23. (Xinhua/Gao Jing)

Actors perform during a rehearsal of "Teahouse" directed by acclaimed Chinese drama director Meng Jinghui at the 73rd Festival d'Avignon in Avignon, France, July 8, 2019. "Teahouse," based on a masterpiece of Chinese dramatist Lao She, was performed Tuesday during the 73rd Festival d'Avignon as one of the festival's core artistic programs. This is the first time for a contemporary Chinese theatrical work to be staged at the event. The 73rd Festival d'Avignon is held from July 4 to 23. (Xinhua/Gao Jing)

An actor performs during a rehearsal of "Teahouse" directed by acclaimed Chinese drama director Meng Jinghui at the 73rd Festival d'Avignon in Avignon, France, July 8, 2019. "Teahouse," based on a masterpiece of Chinese dramatist Lao She, was performed Tuesday during the 73rd Festival d'Avignon as one of the festival's core artistic programs. This is the first time for a contemporary Chinese theatrical work to be staged at the event. The 73rd Festival d'Avignon is held from July 4 to 23. (Xinhua/Gao Jing)

An actor performs during a rehearsal of "Teahouse" directed by Chinese drama director Meng Jinghui at the 73rd Festival d'Avignon in Avignon, France, July 8, 2019. "Teahouse," based on a masterpiece of Chinese dramatist Lao She, was performed Tuesday during the 73rd Festival d'Avignon as one of the festival's core artistic programs. This is the first time for a contemporary Chinese theatrical work to be staged at the event. The 73rd Festival d'Avignon is held from July 4 to 23. (Xinhua/Gao Jing)

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