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Romantic musical lights up Bird's Nest

(CNTV)

15:17, September 24, 2012

A visual and audio extravaganza has debuted at the "Bird's Nest", the landmark stadium of the Beijing Olympics. (CNTV)

A visual and audio extravaganza has debuted at the "Bird's Nest", the landmark stadium of the Beijing Olympics. The success of this large scale stage show is also giving the stadium new life during the post Olympic era.

The musical is a story of two lovers separated by time. The lead roles are played by popular singers Tan Jing and Wu Kequn. Film director Lu Chuan, who has two critically acclaimed films under his belt, Ke Ke Xi Li and Nan King Nan King, takes the helm.

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