Celebrate Chinese New Year with the Spectacular MYTH AND LEGENDS at Kodak Theatre, January 9 -10 2007
January 9-10, 2007 at the Kodak Theatre

Hollywood, Calif. (December 2, 2006) – Gong Xi Fa Cai! Raise a lantern and ring in the New Year with tradition. New Tang Dynasty TV (NTDTV) brings the divine beauty of the ancient East to magnificent life in Hollywood with its stunning Chinese New Year Spectacular “Myth and Legends.”

Celebrate the holiday season in a breathtaking world of mythical dragons, heavenly maidens, and exhilarating drummers. Sumptuous music, striking scenery, and gorgeous costumes evoke the beauty and grandeur of the golden age of China in this unique and unforgettable production, playing in a limited run at Kodak Theatre in Hollywood.

Featuring an outstanding cast of international vocalists, musicians, and classical Chinese dancers, the Chinese New Year Spectacular is a cross-cultural experience not to be missed (tickets to this astonishing production make a perfect holiday gift).

The Chinese New Year Spectacular plays January 9 (press opening) through January 10, 2007. For tickets ($38-188) and information, the public can call 800-558-9045, 626-348-4523 or visit ticket.ntdtv.com.

A celebrated worldwide tour, the Chinese New Year Spectacular showcases the legends that have shaped Chinese culture. Traveling across centuries and oceans to a world that has not been seen since the days of the great Emperors of the Tang Dynasty, the Chinese New Year Spectacular is the perfect opportunity for generations young and old to come together and rejoice in the magnificent pageantry of the New Year.

Rated the 7th largest show in the United States by Billboard Magazine, the Chinese New Year Spectacular is also the largest overseas New Year’s celebration, and is anticipated to play to over 100,000 audience members in 2007; highlights of this year’s show will be aired to over 200 million people during Chinese New Year holidays.

New Tang Dynasty TV is the leading independent, nonprofit Chinese language television broadcaster overseas. NTDTV began broadcasting via satellite in North America in 2002 and now broadcasts 24/7 in Asia, Europe, and Australia. Headquartered in New York City, NTDTV currently has reporters and correspondents in over 50 cities worldwide, and aims to provide information that enriches the lives of its viewers, fosters understanding between Chinese and Western societies.