OzAsia Festival announces first major act for 2014

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A dance drama from Adelaide’s sister state, the Chinese province of Shandong, will headline the festival in September.

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A scene from Qingdao Song and Dance Theatre's Red Sorghum. Image supplied.

The first major program announcement for the 2014 OzAsia Festival has been revealed as Qingdao Song and Dance Theatre Company’s Red Sorghum, based on the 1986 novel by Shandong Province’s Nobel Prize winning author Mo Yan.

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