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Shanghai Children's Art Theatre
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    • ADDRESS:
      800 Miaojiang Lu,
      near Xizhang Nan Lu
      苗江路800号, 近西藏南路
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    • AREA:
      Old Town (Yu Garden)
    • METRO:
      15 mins walk from South Xizang Rd
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    • Editor's Description
      Shanghai Children's Theatre is currently the city's only professional-level stage designated for children's drama performances. It can seat 1,088 audience members and has the kind of fancy equipment found in other contemporary theaters in town: a vertically reciprocated stage that has 360-degree rotation capability, plus all the bells and whistles for really nice lighting and sound effects.
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