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Wayang Chinese Street Opera Backstage Performers – Group A (SH048)


Miniature Wayang Chinese Street Opera Backstage Performers (Group A, 3 Figurines)

Our Backstage Performer figurines complete the display of your miniature Wayang Chinese Street Opera collection. Unveil the world of Chinese street opera with our set of Backstage Figurines. These meticulously crafted figurines showcase characters applying makeup, engaging in lively chats, and more. Perfect for collectors, this set authentically captures the behind-the-scenes of an Chinese Opera Troupe, adding cultural elegance to any space. They look best when paired with our Wayang Stage and other figurines to complete the Opera troupe (sold separately).

Together, our Wayang Chinese Street Opera collection depicts a Cantonese Opera called “The Great Seal of the Six Kingdoms” (六国大封相).

This Opera is set during the Warring States Period (475-221 B.C.). It tells the story of how the renowned politician, Su Qin, lobbied the six states to adopt the Vertical Alliance strategy and unite against the State of Qin. This Opera is popular during Chinese holidays such as the Spring Festival. In accordance with the season, the costumes are colourful and elaborate.

Our entire Chinese Street Opera set consists of on-stage performers, musicians, backstage performers and a full-scale stage, complete with colourful backdrops (each sold separately).

Product Specifications

INCLUDES: 3 Backstage Performers & 2 Makeup Chests

SCALE: 1/26 scale but compatible with most 1/30 scale set ups; standing figures approx. 65mm (H) by 20mm (W)
MATERIALS: Hand-painted solid metal alloy and resin parts
PACKAGING: Printed box with protective foam and card insert with character description and limited edition number

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About Wayang

Wayang, or Chinese Street Opera, is a form of theatrical performance. Chinese immigrants first introduced them in Singapore during the late 19th century. Therefore in the old days, they performed it for both entertainment and at religious festivals to honour deities. Percussion instruments serve as the play’s primary music, and the performance style involves high-pitched singing and a formal way of speaking.

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