Star version of the play "Lurking"
Introduction to the outline of Lurking, the drama: After victory of the Anti-Japanese Intrusion War, a female partisan got the job from the Party organization and worked as a spy in KMT BIS Tianjin Station and pretended to be wife of Yu Zecheng, an underground Party member to help him accomplish his mission.
At the beginning, the partisan-turned-spy Cui Ping had no idea of the important significance of espionage. Yu Zecheng didn’t believe it that the illiterate Cui Ping could accomplish the job as a spy. The ‘couple’ often brushed with each other during work. It enhanced their dangers. Thanks to Cui Ping’s innocence and prudent way of doing things, she helped the chief of BIS Tianjin Station get a promotion and help wife of the chief rake in more money. Yu Zecheng also got promoted and thus gleaned more valuable intelligence and made more contributions to our triumphant wars. With their misunderstanding dispelled, Cui Ping and Yu Zecheng lavished trust on each other and demonstrated a touching love story.
Yu Zecheng then went to Northeast China on a mission. Over six decades passed by. Yu Zecheng who lost contact with Cui Ping spent every minute missing his lover, a girl he didn’t even know what her real name was.
With espionage life of underground Party members before the Liberation and their combat against enemies as the threadbare, this play forges individualistic characters of revolutionists. With intense clashes on characters and dramatic sceneries, it adds expressive force to the play. By demonstrating the love life between its heroes and heroines, the drama shows both tragedy and joy. It is brimmed with dramatic tension. The play unfolds its narration from the perspective of its female character. It focuses on portrayal of the tender and chromatic psychological mind of its characters and arouses emotional consensus of the audience in a deeper level.