Sometimes referred to as the Chinese Hamlet and tracing its origins to the 4th century BC, The Orphan of Zhao was the first Chinese play to be translated in the West. The musical is adapted from a play of the same name by James Fenton of the Royal Shakespeare Company. directed by the renowned Chinese director Xu Jun and premiered.Key art created by artist Pang Hao Set in China's Spring and Autumn Period (770-476 BC), it tells the story of Dr Cheng Ying, who sacrifices his own son to save the influential Zhao family's orphan and other newborns in town. The orphan later learns of his secretive upbringing and takes revenge.
The Key art of "The Orphan of Zhao" of musical is an Independent Art Creation, combining the light and narrative of the Baroque school with the elements of Chinese ink painting, and using photography to construct a surreal picture. In the era when Eastern and Western cultures collide, I hope to find some kind of visual integration through conceptual photography.
Concept photography was exhibited in theaters with nearly 100 performances across China, while the musical The Orphan of Zhao was hailed as the most successful musical in China.