The musical “glittering Red Star” premiered in Beijing, the perfect integration of new and old songs

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Beijing, October 17 (reporter Ying Ni) – the red star is shining, the red flag is flying, and classic songs such as “red star song”, “Yingshan red” and “red star takes me to fight” were sung at Mei Lanfang Grand Theater on the 16th. The red musical “shining red star” was performed in Beijing for the first time

in order to celebrate the Centennial birthday of the party, under the guidance of China’s Working Committee for caring for the next generation and the National Red Army Primary School Construction Engineering Council, Beijing Yihe film and television culture media Co., Ltd. adapted the shining red star into a musical according to the novel of the same name by the famous writer Li Xintian and the music created by the famous composer Fu Gengchen for the film of the same name

The musical “glittering Red Star” premiered in Beijing, the perfect integration of new and old songs

the musical shining red star combines many classic red songs and many new works. It tells the growth process of Pan Dongzi, a firewood cutting child, in the 1930s, when the Chinese workers’ and peasants’ Red Army led by the Communist Party of China was founded as a revolutionary base

the creative groups of the play are mainly “post-80s”, “post-90s” and “post-00s”. Pan Dongzi and other actors in the play are from the chorus of Kaku seven color light art troupe of Beijing Radio and television

The musical “glittering Red Star” premiered in Beijing, the perfect integration of new and old songs(1)

Fu Gengchen, honorary chairman of China Musicians Association, famous composer and songwriter of the film shining red star, watched the performance on site. After watching the performance, he said that the musical used the original music and songs very properly and well supported the music of the whole play. At the same time, the extension of newly created music and songs in editing and production is more suitable for the aesthetic habits of contemporary people

it is reported that the play has previously conducted 13 public welfare performances in theatres, squares and Gymnasiums in some cities in Shaanxi, Sichuan, Jiangsu and Guangxi, as well as on the campus of the Red Army primary school. The number of people watching performances offline has reached nearly 40000, and the number of people watching single performances online has reached nearly 320000. The play was also selected for the performance of people’s drama in Xicheng, Beijing, and was highly praised by the audience. After appearing on the capital stage, the play will also start a new round of tour to the old revolutionary base areas of the country. (end)