Ho Chi Minh City needs a theater for the youth to strengthen, activate and stabilize the development of the spiritual lives of the people, especially the younger generation.
Artists perform on the stage of the Youth Theater in Hanoi that is very successful in appealing young people.
The city with its many industrial and economic zones, universities with a great number of young workers and students lacks a theater for amusement.
The theater would provide wholesome performances and orient aestheticism judiciously.
The Youth Theater in Hanoi is very successful in appealing young people. Why does Vietnam’s largest city not a stage like that?
Performances reflecting burning issues of the day such as traffic jams, illegal night races, peddling wares and more, and exciting music shows would meet young people’s demand for wholesome amusement.
The theater would not only promote traditional moral standards, it would also draw upon foreign cultural values that serve the city’s youth, especially its remote districts and neighboring areas.