Wanda Group and Dragone proudly present a stage performance that exceeds the level of any performance in the world – The Han Show.
This electrifying show is inspired by the spirit of Han nationality, Chu-Han Dynasty and the city of Wuhan.
Directed by the world’s greatest show mastermind Mr. Franco Dragone, the Han S how is a creative masterpiece blending world leading technologies and performance that challenges physical boundaries. The Han Show Theater shapes like a red lantern. This state-of-the-art theater is purpose-built for the Han Show featuring moving seats and a huge stage pool. It brings the audience a splendid sensory experience with 3 levels of performance: aerial, aquatic and immersive stage. The Han Show’s Grand Opening will be a milestone of the world culture industry.
The Han Show Theatre is located by the East Lake of Wuhan City. The shape of the building is inspired by the traditional Chinese image of the “red lantern”. This ingenious design with strong Chinese elements was designed by the world’s top architectural and art design master in the world, Mr. Mark Fisher, and is specially dedicated to The Han Show.
There are 2,000 movable seats in the Han Show Theatre, which is said to be the first of its kind worldwide that adopts moving and lifting seats in water show performance. The swing seats in the front area are in a closed status at the beginning of the show and during the show, the swing seats turn around and open and the lifting seats in the back area vertically descend.
The whole seat area enters the open status and the performance basin shows itself, surrounded by the 2,000 seats. The capacity of the performance basin in the theatre reaches 10 million litres, equivalent to that of 4 standard Olympic swimming pool. The switch of the land and the water can be done in an instant. In the pool, there are extremely complicated underwater lifts and stage special effect equipment and above the pool, there are the rigging system and other stage equipment, which enable the performers to fly from catwalk and grid areas and land on the stage.
Find more on http://www.thehanshow.com/en/