Tang Mei Yun Taiwanese Opera Company has marched into its 22nd year. The mission of “Preserving Traditions while Seeking the Innovations” keeps upgrading the traditional opera to the level of exquisite art, as well as promoting the interdisciplinary collaborations and talent incubations. Through the joint efforts of senior actors from everywhere, with various ingenuity and creativity, a new impression of the Taiwanese opera can be expected, which will attract the old, middle and young generation to recall the glory of Taiwanese Opera.
Tang Mei Yun Taiwanese Opera Company continuously creates 1-2 new productions annually. Since “Love on Pregnancy”, the annual drama of the 4th year, Tang Mei Yun Taiwanese Opera Company has been nominated for the Golden Bell Award of Traditional Drama Program Award for 5 consecutive years. In 2007 “Who Is My Bride” won the 42nd Golden Bell Award of Traditional Drama Program Award. In 2014, the troupe was awarded the Group Award at the first annual Artistic Education Contribution Awards. In 2016, the opera “The Maze of memories” won Best Group Performance of the Year at the 27th Golden Melody Awards for Traditional Arts and Music. In 2017, the opera “The Wind from the Heart” won Best Group Performance of the Year at the 28th Golden Melody Awards for Traditional Arts and Music. Tang Mei Yun Taiwanese Opera Company has also been selected as one of the supporting groups by Ministry of Culture every year since the 4th year of its establishment. Furthermore , In 2019, the troupe was selected into the 27th Taiwanese Brand Plan for Outstanding Performance Team and has been one of Taiwan’s most representative art groups.
“Contributing to the community by Taiwanese Opera culture” is the root of Tang Mei Yun Taiwanese Opera Company. In addition to preserve the beauty and elegance of the traditional culture, it also combines the oriental Opera tradition with symphony, which successfully establishes a new opera cultural milestone; at the same time, it also goes deep into the campuses, communities and temple fairs in Taiwan, and even visits China, the United States, Canada, Singapore, Malaysia and many places for international cultural exchanges, even more, the troupe goes to Japan, South Korea and Cambodia to shoot outdoor scenes. All efforts are made for achieving the self-expectation－to be with the audience, to evolve with the times, and to walk with the finest, so that the artistic traditional opera can deeply rooted in Taiwan and blooms on the international stages.