Wuhan Qintai Grand Theater
Wuhan Qintai Grand Theater

The Wuhan Qintai Grand Theater is located near the Yuehu Lake and Hanjing River of the city of Wuhan. It overlooks the Ancient Qintai, a historical site of the Wanli Emperor of the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644). As an essential part of Yuehu Lake Culture and Art Theme Park, it is the highest end revenue for cultural performance in the city. Since its opening in 2007, it has more than 120 performances each year. The plays it has performed have received wide attention and earned influence in the local performing market.

The Wuhan Qintai Grand Theater has a 65,650 square-meter architecture, with six floors above ground and one underground. The 40-meter high architecture covers an area of 24,543 square meters. It consists of a 1,802-seat grand theater, a 360-seat multifunctional hall, a rehearsal hall, and an art exhibition hall. There are 29 medium and high-end dressing rooms, and two VIP rooms with very different styles. The theater  boasts advanced stage equipment with professional technical standards. It has a whole set of functions of hosting large-scale operas, musicals, plays, traditional Chinese operas, concerts and other artistic performances. The multi-functional hall has a transformable stage that can be lifted and lowered in all directions to meet different demands. Its first-class facilities and complete functions enable it to hold domestic and foreign dance dramas, musicals, dramas, plays and fashion shows.

No. 14 Dongzhimen South Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing, China
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