" It was like nothing I’ve ever seen before," said musical actor and baritone Tim Clarke.
It was the fifth time that interior decorator Veronika Emrich and her husband came to enjoy Shen Yun.
Art dealer finds Shen Yun marvellous and “rich in colour and theatrics and storytelling.”
“I found myself smiling, I found myself teary, it’s wonderful," said author Rachelle Hunt-McPhail.
Something about Shen Yun makes people want to be better people, said one musician who attended the show.
For former dean of arts at the University of Waterloo Brian Hendley, Shen Yun was a surprise he thoroughly enjoyed.
Two dancers that took in Shen Yun Performing Arts' sold-out show at Centre in the Square theatre were full of praise.
Director and theatre veteran Preston Sisk said Shen Yun Performing Arts was an unprecedented experience.
Ballet dancer Aaliya Embro said she felt blessed to have seen Shen Yun at Centre in the Square theatre Thursday night.
MP Stephen Woodworth is impressed by the talent and discipline of Shen Yun's dancers each year that he returns, he said.
The president of a sizeable fabrication business said Shen Yun left her feeling peaceful.
Ballet student Maria Khorkhordina waited years for her opportunity to see Shen Yun.
Celebrated Turkish-born flamenco guitarist Cuneyt Yetkiner found musical inspiration after seeing Shen Yun.
It was a night to celebrate for Kirk and Ilda Oliver, a birthday gift that left Mrs. Oliver lighter on her feet.
Shen Yun's intricate costumes left one costume designer and another costume maker deeply impressed.