This somewhat garishly decorated teahouse is named for one of the most famous plays by celebrated Chinese writer Lao She. Performances change nightly but always include opera and acrobatics. It pays to buy the more expensive tickets, as views from the rear seats are frequently obscured. Nightly shows at 7:50pm.
- © Frommer's 2013
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