The original Chinese title is derived from "The Four Dreams at Yu Ming Tang," which refers to Yu Ming Tang, where Tang Xianzu completes his masterpieces of the Four Dreams. This play describes three actresses' reunion for the rehearsal of The Handan Dream. The leading actress brings back a pot of "foxtail millet" after leaving for several years. While waiting for the foxtail millet cooked, the actresses take turns enacting highlight scenarios from Tang Xianzu's Four Dreams. In this process, their hidden emotions, memories of the past, struggles with their theatre careers ；all are uncovered by and by. Incorporating Kunqu opera and modern theatre, this play dialectically discusses three motifs in Tang's life: drama, dream and love. A white projector screen is designed as a long rice paper to show some calligraphy and poetic animations, which are incorporated into the settings and performance.