The famous Nha Trang puppet show is also a very interesting project. Puppet show performances are very suitable. You can also see a lot of puppet shows in this puppet theater. The content of playing here is also relatively simple, just to appreciate puppets. Oh.
The Nha Trang Water Puppet Theater (The Nha Trang Water Puppet Theater) is a lively and wonderful show that showcases the daily life of local farmers, traditional Vietnamese dances and mysterious legends. This kind of folk performance can be traced back to the 11th century. After the rice fields in the Red River Delta were irrigated and flooded, villagers would perform and play with handmade puppets. This kind of performance was also used in the king's birthday ceremonies. The Nha Trang Water Puppet Show was staged at the Tran Phu Cultural Palace. The entire performance was a combination of colorful puppets, light shows and traditional music. The stage is a waist-deep pool, and 400 puppets are controlled by professional puppet operators hidden behind a huge screen to perform various actions. In just 45 minutes, the audience can enjoy 14 scenes of performances, including frog catching, fishing, children's games, rice planting, folk dances, and boat racing. There is also a re-enactment of a famous legend in Vietnamese history, telling the story of the folk hero Le Loi in the 15th century. Legend has it that he was given a sword by the gods to resist foreign invaders. After repelling the invaders, Kim Quy (gold) the tortoise god crossed a lake in Hanoi to Le Loi and retrieved the sword. Today this lake is called Ho Hoan Kiem (Ho Hoan Kiem) and is a famous attraction in Hanoi. Theatre English name: Water Puppet Theatre; Theatre Vietnamese name: Nhà hát múa rối nước Nha Trang; Performance location: 46 Trần Phú, Nha Trang (near Nha Trang City Square).
Very satisfied performance. The elderly and children are happy to watch, and have a good experience of foreign cultures. Of course, if I don’t say anything about stage play, puppet show.
Arranged to watch a puppet show in the evening, a few children found it very fun. Except for the first act, the other dramas are very happy
Although the performance can be seen for ten years, why not attract children so much? Maybe it is a language barrier? The children who liked watching puppet shows were the ones who clenched their teeth to the end, and everyone was relieved. For adults, it is not easy to be an actor, the effect is average, and it feels a little rough. Is it too demanding? Ha ha.