“The stories going back five thousand years and coming up to today—from the traditions of China,” Mr. Michael Nolan said. “It’s magnificent.”
“It’s a very, very spiritual show. It’s based upon, as [it is said] in the [program] book, divine blessing, just like in the opening. It’s very beautiful. I wouldn’t miss this.”
“It’s out of this world,” Mr. Roger Lancaster said.
Mr. Hoag took special notice of the spirit of the performers. “There seemed to be a sense of truth in it as well coming from them.”
“I love the way they integrated the backdrop into real people on stage—very high tech,” Rick Ingoraham said. “It’s believable.”
Mr. David Lykes had high praise for the lyrics of the original songs performed by Shen Yun’s solo vocalists.
Mrs. Cooper was impressed with the work ethic and passion of the performers that allowed the level of the Shen Yun performance to be brought forward.
“Shen Yun has played an essential role in promoting traditional Chinese culture,” said Mr. Ji.
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