Incident at Hidden Temple

The year of the rooster starts with a theatrical bang! Pan Asian Repertory Theater kicked off its 2017 season with Incident at Hidden Temple.

Set in 1940's China during World War 2, the play follows three women as they are enveloped in a dangerous mystery.

SinoVision Journal reporter Christie Clements checked out the opening night and brings you the story.

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