City guide (May 26-June 13)
Updated: 2013-05-27 16:08
Musical Xiang Fei, based on folklore about a Uygur princess married to Emperor Qianlong in the 18th century, is being staged in Shanghai. The play is a joint production by Shanghai Dramatic Arts Center and the culture administration of Kashgar, Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.
7:30 pm, until June 5. Shanghai Theater Academy, 630 Huashan Road. 021-3428-2069
Physical theater production It's a Dog's Life is an allegory about modern society with stories about dogs chasing rabbits, and hunters controlling dogs. The 90-minute show features only one-minute of dialogue. All the drama is realized through ingenious choreography and music.
7:30 pm, until June 2. Shanghai Dramatic Arts Center, 288 Anfu Road. 021-6473-0123
An exhibition of watercolor paintings by Shanghai-based artist Wang Yichu is currently on show. Wang is a professor at Shanghai Normal University. Her work is inspired by her love of travel.
9 am-5 pm, until May 28. Zhu Qizhan Art Museum, 580 Ouyang Road. 021-5671-0742