Directed by Ulviye Karaca and produced by Ankara State Theatres, the play will be on stage on July 27 at 3.00 p.m. and 7.15 p.m. and one on July 28 at 3.00 p.m., Turkish state theatres said. Decor design of the play would be made by Zeki Sarayoglu, costume design by Melike Baskan, light design by Zeynel Isik, music by Kemal Gunuc and choreography by Yener Turan.  The play is staged as a part of 2013 Turkish Culture Year in China. 'Keloglan', meaning "bald boy" is a well known Turkish folk tale character. He stands for an Anatolian boy who has big dreams but is honored, helpful and romantic. He is fatherless, sympathetic, stupid, naive, who is a peasant boy and lives with his old mother. Keloglan always wins at the end of the tales and succeeds by ruses or cunning.