||娜拉 （A Doll's House） (Nala)
|Description||A Marxist-socialist interpretation of the characters in terms of class relations. Realistic acting style.
Language: Chinese (Standard Mandarin) .
Prepared in 1924 but Played in June 1935, but the exact date is not known. A Doll's House was set up in a total of five times in Shanghai, Jinan and Nanjing during 1935. Due to this and a strong feminist debate, based on the play's 1935 history of Chinese theater called "The Nora Year". Lan Ping (artist name of Jiang Qing) was later known as Mao Zedong's fourth wife.
Sources: - Kwok-kan Tam, Ibsen in China 1908-1997: a critical-annotated bibliography of criticism, translation and performance, Chinese University Press, Hong Kong, 2001. - Elisabeth Eide, China's Ibsen. From Ibsen two Ibsenism, University of Oslo, Oslo 1986.|
|Venue||Jincheng Theatre, Shanghai, China|
|First Date||27th June 1935|
|Last Date||29th June 1935|
|Primary Genre||Theatre - Spoken Word|
|Dan, Zhao, ||Zhao Dan||Actor||Torvald Helmer|
|Heling, Wei, ||Wei Heling||Actor||Dr. Rank|
|Ping (Qing), Lan (Jiang), ||Lan (Jiang) Ping (Qing)||Actor||Nora|
|Shan, Jin, ||Jin Shan||Actor||Nils Krogstad|
|Laitian, Wan, ||Wan Laitian||Assistant Director|
|Min, Zhang||Zhang Min||Assistant Director|
|Laitian, Wan, ||Wan Laitian||Director|
|Min, Zhang||Zhang Min||Director|
|Ibsen, Henrik, ||Henrik Ibsen||Playwright|
Language: Standard Mandarin.
Stage Manager Zhang Min.
Played in 1934; exact opening date is not known.
Lan Ping (stage name for Jiang Qing) later became known as Mao Zedong's fourth wife.
Source: Kwok-kan Tam, Ibsen in China 1908-1997: a critical-annotated bibliography of criticism, translation and performance , Chinese University Press, Hong Kong 2001|