Raccoon for a Prince (Part I) (Rescheduled Performance)
- ScreenwriterYuen Siu-FaiYip Shiu-tuck
The Emperor Zhen Zong of Song Dynasty is desperate to have a son to inherit his crown, thus he spends a night with one of his concubines Li Chen. Queen Liu is jealous when Concubine Li finally gets pregnant. With the help of the eunuch Guo Huai, she exchanges the prince with a raccoon. Misunderstanding that his concubine has given birth to a demon, the Emperor sends Concubine Li to an isolated palace. To kill the prince, Queen Liu orders the maid Kou Zhu to drop the baby down the bridge of Jin Shui. The hestiant Kou Zhu encounters the servant Chen Lin. In order to save the baby, they hide it from other guards and send it to the House of the Prince Baxian in a fruit box. After ten years, the sonless Emperor is critically ill and plans to crown his nephew as successor. Prince Baxin presents Zhao Zhen to his brother, so that the father and son can secretly meet. Unfortunately, Huai spots out and informs Queen Liu. Queen Liu interrogates Zhu the whereabouts of the prince, forcing Lin to torture her. Zhu keeps her mouth shut till death for the sake of loyalty and justice.
As the performances “Raccoon for a Prince (Part I)”, originally scheduled to be performed at the Yau Ma Tei Theatre at 7:30pm on 4-5 October, 2019 were cancelled in view of safety concern, the performances will be re-scheduled on 6-7 January 2020 (Mon to Tue) at 7:30pm at the Yau Ma Tei Theatre. The cast of the rescheduled performance remains unchanged.
Patrons who keep the original intact tickets of 4 Oct 2019 can use them for the rescheduled performance on 6 January 2020. (Mon) .
Patrons who keep the original intact tickets of 5 Oct 2019 can use them for the rescheduled performance on 7 January 2020. (Tue) .
Remaining tickets available at all URBTIX outlets, on Internet, by mobile ticketing app My URBTIX (Android and iPhone/iPad versions) and telephone.