Huỳnh Long Tuồng (classical drama), a newly opened private art troupe in HCM City, will offer a series of new shows featuring young artists next week.
Theatre actor Bạch Long has a new drama show for children on YouTube called Thằng Bờm Kể Chuyện Xưa (Bờm tells folktales).
The play Điều Còn Lại (Thing That Remains) about the life of the people and soldiers after the war will be staged on May 29 at the Hà Nội Opera House as an effort to bring cultural activities back to life.
To keep hát bội (classical drama) alive and introduce it to younger generations, a club in HCM City is offering online training from skilled artists.
Five emerging artists or groups of artists will have a chance to engage deeply with traditional disciplines of Vietnamese performing arts and music via a residency programme which will be started on March 1.
This year, the province aims to receive 1.6 million tourists, including 220,000 foreigners, while income from tourism is expected to reach VNĐ800 billion (US$34 million).
Traditional art theatres in HCM City are facing a shortage of artists and musicians, which has made it tough for the members of each theatre to keep up with their performance schedules.