The 15th Round of NCPA Drama Jane Eyre kicked off

NCPAApril/14/2017
On the evening of April 13th, NCPA drama Jane Eyre kicked off its 15th round, bringing the touching classic back to audience.

Photo by NCPA

Drama Jane Eyre, which was premiered at NCPA in June 2009, was the first interpretation of Charlotte Bronte's classical novel of the same name on the stage of drama in China.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

Jane Eyre's pursuit for freedom and equality has left a very deep impression on the audience.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

On the evening of April 13th, Chinese actor YUAN Quan dressed in a long gray skirt stood outside the gate of Thornfield Hall, with a suitcase in her hand. The classic love story was thus unfolded.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

Featured with passion, pride and independence, YUAN Quan brought Jane Eyre in the novel to life.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

As Jane Eyre came out with the classic lines,“Do you think, because I am poor, obscure, plain and little, I am soulless and heartless? You think wrong! - I have as much soul as you, - and full as much heart! And if God had gifted me with some beauty and much wealth, I should have made it as hard for you to leave me, as it is now for me to leave you!”, every spectator was stricken by the strong dramatic tension.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

Jane Eyre’s childhood was staged in flashback via “stage montage” each time she suffered from emotional disturbance, which greatly enriched the character’s image.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

Over the past eight years in the previous 14 rounds, WANG Luoyong’s interpretation and sculpting of Rochester made him the life and soul of this drama.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

YUAN Quan and WANG Luoyong gave profound and vivid expression in their pursuit of love and exploration of independent personality from their first meeting to the final departure.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

A huge ancient castle appeared on the stage, and the living room of Rochester's home was exquisitely restored in the orchestra pit.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

At the end, when Jane came back to Thornfield Hall and found Rochester blind, the theme tune of this drama was heard again, and the audience present were deeply moved.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

The performance of Jane Eyre will last to April 19th (with a break on April 17th).

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

  • On the evening of April 13th, NCPA drama Jane Eyre kicked off its 15th round, bringing the touching classic back to audience.

    Photo by NCPALearn more

  • Drama Jane Eyre, which was premiered at NCPA in June 2009, was the first interpretation of Charlotte Bronte's classical novel of the same name on the stage of drama in China.

    Photo by WANG XiaojingLearn more

  • Jane Eyre's pursuit for freedom and equality has left a very deep impression on the audience.

    Photo by WANG XiaojingLearn more

  • On the evening of April 13th, Chinese actor YUAN Quan dressed in a long gray skirt stood outside the gate of Thornfield Hall, with a suitcase in her hand. The classic love story was thus unfolded.

    Photo by WANG XiaojingLearn more

  • Featured with passion, pride and independence, YUAN Quan brought Jane Eyre in the novel to life.

    Photo by WANG XiaojingLearn more

  • As Jane Eyre came out with the classic lines,“Do you think, because I am poor, obscure, plain and little, I am soulless and heartless? You think wrong! - I have as much soul as you, - and full as much heart! And if God had gifted me with some beauty and much wealth, I should have made it as hard for you to leave me, as it is now for me to leave you!”, every spectator was stricken by the strong dramatic tension.

    Photo by WANG XiaojingLearn more

  • Photo by WANG XiaojingLearn more

  • Jane Eyre’s childhood was staged in flashback via “stage montage” each time she suffered from emotional disturbance, which greatly enriched the character’s image.

    Photo by WANG XiaojingLearn more

  • Over the past eight years in the previous 14 rounds, WANG Luoyong’s interpretation and sculpting of Rochester made him the life and soul of this drama.

    Photo by WANG XiaojingLearn more

  • YUAN Quan and WANG Luoyong gave profound and vivid expression in their pursuit of love and exploration of independent personality from their first meeting to the final departure.

    Photo by WANG XiaojingLearn more

  • A huge ancient castle appeared on the stage, and the living room of Rochester's home was exquisitely restored in the orchestra pit.

    Photo by WANG XiaojingLearn more

  • At the end, when Jane came back to Thornfield Hall and found Rochester blind, the theme tune of this drama was heard again, and the audience present were deeply moved.

    Photo by WANG XiaojingLearn more

  • The performance of Jane Eyre will last to April 19th (with a break on April 17th).

    Photo by WANG XiaojingLearn more

On the evening of April 13th, NCPA drama Jane Eyre kicked off its 15th round, bringing the touching classic back to audience.

Photo by NCPA

Drama Jane Eyre, which was premiered at NCPA in June 2009, was the first interpretation of Charlotte Bronte's classical novel of the same name on the stage of drama in China.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

Jane Eyre's pursuit for freedom and equality has left a very deep impression on the audience.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

On the evening of April 13th, Chinese actor YUAN Quan dressed in a long gray skirt stood outside the gate of Thornfield Hall, with a suitcase in her hand. The classic love story was thus unfolded.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

Featured with passion, pride and independence, YUAN Quan brought Jane Eyre in the novel to life.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

As Jane Eyre came out with the classic lines,“Do you think, because I am poor, obscure, plain and little, I am soulless and heartless? You think wrong! - I have as much soul as you, - and full as much heart! And if God had gifted me with some beauty and much wealth, I should have made it as hard for you to leave me, as it is now for me to leave you!”, every spectator was stricken by the strong dramatic tension.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

Jane Eyre’s childhood was staged in flashback via “stage montage” each time she suffered from emotional disturbance, which greatly enriched the character’s image.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

Over the past eight years in the previous 14 rounds, WANG Luoyong’s interpretation and sculpting of Rochester made him the life and soul of this drama.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

YUAN Quan and WANG Luoyong gave profound and vivid expression in their pursuit of love and exploration of independent personality from their first meeting to the final departure.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

A huge ancient castle appeared on the stage, and the living room of Rochester's home was exquisitely restored in the orchestra pit.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

At the end, when Jane came back to Thornfield Hall and found Rochester blind, the theme tune of this drama was heard again, and the audience present were deeply moved.

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

The performance of Jane Eyre will last to April 19th (with a break on April 17th).

Photo by WANG Xiaojing

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