The Forbidden Phoenix Play Review

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History

 

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Alvin C

 

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June 25, 2015

 

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(...) The play is about a monkey king Sun-WuKong (Richard Lee) who is separated from his son, Laosan (Shannon Kook-Chan) after displeasing the Empress Dowager (Nadine Villasin). When he arrives in the west, at Terminal city, he encounters a selfish man by the name of Horne who is set to release the iron dragon from the mountain to grant him his wishes...
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However has not been successful since the Phoenix (Lori Nancy Kalamanski) guards the entrance to the mountain. When Sun-Wukong meets the phoenix, she helps him find his way to get his son back and live a better life with his people with more food and happiness. Back at the Empress’ palace however, the empress has hardened Laosan’s heart towards his father, and it becomes a challenge for his father to prove himself and win his son’s love back...
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