WANG Wei holds a Bachelor’s degree from the Department of Acting, Shanghai Theatre Academy and used to be an actor at the Shanghai Dramatic Arts Centre (2005-2017).
He joined the Theatre Above in 2018 and has starred in Secret Love In Peach Blossom Land (JIANG Binliu). He began to learn the piano at six and started learning the guitar at 15 and formed a band. He is steeped in piano, guitar and song performance. In 2001, he was admitted to the Undergraduate Class, Department of Acting, Shanghai Theatre Academy, and later played the male leading role Chief Inspector Gu’er in the graduation drama An Inspector Calls. Upon graduation from the Shanghai Theatre Academy in 2015, he was admitted to the Shanghai Dramatic Arts Centre. He has starred in dramas including a special version of Secret Love In Peach Blossom Land (JIANG Binliu; director: LAI Shengchuan), Dust to Dust (DAI Zi; director: CHEN Xinyi), La Traviata (Ah Mang; director: LEI Guohua), Go Lala Go (WANG wei; director: HE Nian), Bachelor Apartment 2011 (director: CAI Yingru), Chopin (director: WANG Xiaoying), 4.48 Psychosis (director: Dmitry Troyanovsky), Happy Easter (director: ZHOU Xiaoqian) and Breath of Lyric Poetry (Pasternak; director: ZHA Mingzhe). He has starred in the musical Necktie and High-heeled Shoes (director: WANG Yang). He has starred in digital films including Eight Lessons (director: ZHANG Jing), Never Say I Love You (director: FANG Gangliang), Live-streaming of Fatal love (director: LI Sanlin), The Sun (director: ZONG Baoping) and Want to sing and sing (director: FANG Junliang). He has starred in the short film Soul of the Ultimate Nation (director: NING Hao).
LU Fang is an actress of Beijing People's Art Theatre, national first-class actress and is the winner of China Drama Golden Lion Award. Graduating from the Performing Department of the Central Academy of Drama, LU Fang has set an example with her line skills both inside and outside the industry. For years, she has been in active cooperation with Director LIN Zhaohua and Director LI Liuyi and has starred the leading role in many works, such as DING Bao in Teahouse, Xiao E in White Deer Plain, Virginia in Coriolanus, Laffrat in Military Train, Ruijue in Home, Antigone in Antigone, Linda in Death of a Salesman, ZHOU Yuwen in Spring in a Small Town, Yelena in Uncle Vanya, LIU Baofu in The Cherry Orchard, Regan in King Lear, and Ophelia & Gertrude in The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark.
HUANG Wei is an actress at the Beijing People’s Art Theatre. She is a graduate of the Department of Acting, Central Academy of Drama. She has played many impressive roles in numerous dramas produced by the Beijing People’s Art Theater, such as XI Shi in King of Wu’s Golden Dagger-axe and King of Yue’s Sword, Erniu in Xiaojing Hutong, Mrs. LI in Sunrise, Lady Liu in Family and the mistress in Death of a Salesman. She performed in TV plays Detective KE Chen, The Flowers and Distant Place, In the Name of People and Shanghai Dawn.
QU Ning is a graduate of the Department of Acting, Central Academy of Drama.
With a great passion for music, QU Ning began to learn the violin and vocal music at a young age. He won the Silver Award in the Qingdao City Top Ten Campus Singers Competition and the Rising Star Award in the National Nominate Newcomer Competition.
He has acted in and/or worked for films including Lust (assistant director and plays Leader of Cadet Crops; director: Ang Lee), Red Cliff (live assistant director; director: John Wu), Bodyguards and Assassins (HUANG Shizhong; director: CHEN Desen, CHEN Kexin), The Karate Kid (casting director; director: Harald Zwart, Will Smith), When Larry Met Mary (assistant director; director: WEN Zhang) and Shopping Queen (Jelen; director: LIU Guanghui).
He has acted in TV plays including Young Marshal (CHU Shixin; director: ZHANG Li), Dad’s Strategy (GU Qian; director: LI Ning), A World Without Thieves (Yingte; director: HOU Yong), Catcher (ZHANG Jianming; director: LI Ni) and Green Mountain is Not Dark (Xiaoshandong; director: LI Wenqi). He has acted in the musical Song of Film (Yingsheng; director: TIAN Qinxin). He has acted in dramas including Beijing Fayuan Temple (Pujing; director: TIAN Qinxin), Stranded (Kovac; director: LIU Dan), Wolf (Shun; director: HUANG Yanzhuo), Still Lack of Eleven (YAN Ming; director: TANG Han), Dunhuang (Shala; director: LI Mei) and Doudou’s Magic Moments (Wuming; director: ZHAO Miao).
WANG Haowei is a member of the NCPA Drama Ensemble. He played LI Wancheng in NCPA drama Look West to Chang’an, Lysander in NCPA drama A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Pisseteros in the NCPA drama The Birds and Caliban in NCPA drama The Tempest. He played a supporting role in NCPA dramas Hamlet, King Lear, Returning Home on a Snowy Night, The Merchant of Venice, The Lei Family, the Royal Architects and Jane Eyre. WANG Haowei is a graduate of the Department of Acting for Drama, Film and Television, Shandong University of Arts. He worked in the Guangzhou Military Region Political Department Art Troupe from 2014 to 2016. During this period, he acted in many dramas, films and TV plays, and dubbed many films and TV plays. His representative drama works including Manifesto of The Communist Party, which won the Wenhua Award, Confrontation, which was performed at the 10th Theatrical Festival of the Whole Army, and Twelfth Night, which was performed at the Beijing Fringe Festival 2016. Other works include Old-fashioned Comedy, Bench, Irkutsk Story, The Heavy Snow, Geologist, Food, Behind the Lies and The Chinese Orphan.
HUANG Chengcheng graduated from Communication University of China and worked at the Television Arts Centre of Air Force Political Department.
His main drama works include An Enemy of the People directed LIN Zhaohua (role of Morton Kiil), The Cherry Orchard (role of Pischik), Live or Die (role of Middle School Student), The Tragedy of Coriolanus (role of Volscian), Hamlet 1990 (role of Actor and Gravedigger), Old Stories Retold (role of Shuqi), Go Home (role of the Old Man, directed by YI Liming), The Lobbyist (role of Warlock), Assassin (role of Retainer), Ivanov (role of Borkin), One Bird, Six Lives (role of Businessman), Thunderstorm 2014 (role of ZHOU Chong and LU Gui), Seven Sages of the Bamboo Grove (role of LIU Ling), The Imperial Express (role of Qingshan), Waiting for Godot (role of Pozzo), Romulus (role of Eastern Roman Emperor), A Comedy of Qin (role of Dongbao), Amazing Stories: A Flower (role of the Donkey-keeper, directed by HANG Cheng), Ubu Condamné (role of King Ubu, directed by SHEN Wei), The True Story of Ah Q (role of Ah Q, directed by French director Michel), and monodrama Jobs directed by WANG Chong.
His main TV series work include The Cloud’s Time of Flying (role of ZHENG Kaiqu, directed by GAO Xixi), Three Bosom Girls (role of WANG Yi, directed by PAN Jingcheng), Top Secret (role of CHEN Huabing, directed by SONG Haibo), Trouble Times 1948 (role of YANG Xiaoba, directed by MA Lujian), New World (role of Tiny Ear, directed by XU Bing), sitcom The Story of Cooking Team (as guest player), The Story of Undergraduate Soldiers Ⅰ&Ⅱ (role of WEN Shu, directed by SHANG Jing), and Eat Drink Man & Woman (role of ZHUGE Nan, directed by GAO Yalin and ZHAO Niu).