Theatre art is the combination of music, dance, painting, and literature, it’s the most beautiful art which I couldn’t stop loving. Painting the series of drama and theater is not a fast process, cause I need to read the play, watch the performance, choose which one and which scene to paint, and think about how to paint based on my standing.
I’d love to treat my life as a theater and play it as hard and splendid as I can.
the Persian Princess in the Lion King: the American Musical based on Disney animated film.
the Persian Princess in Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare.
The Persian Princess in Turandot: Three riddles from this Italian Opera by Puccin
The Persian Princess in Waiting for Godot: the theater of Absurd by Samuel Backett.
the Persian Princess in The Peony Pavilion,by Chinese writer Tang Xianzu in the Ming Dynasty
The Persian Princess in OEDIPUS REX: “Everything must have a day. It will come what will, though I be mute.” –the Ancient Greek Tragedy by Sophocles
The Persian Princess in FAUST, the German tragic play by Goethe
The Persian Princess in Shakuntala: Shakuntala is the world famous Sanskrit play by Kalidasa and the story is from the epic Mahabharata. Koodiyattam is the only surviving ancient Sanskrit drama theatre, which is recognized by UNESCO as cultural heritage.
The Persian Princess in AOI NO UE: Aoi No Ue is a Japanese Noh play attributed to Zeami, the most famous Japanese aesthetician and playwright from 14th.
The Persian Princess in the Nutcracker: the ballet orchestrated by the Russian composer Tchaikovsky
by Mowen Li
July 2017, the Philippines