Bernard Hull had never seen any show like the Shen Yun before.
Adelaide opened its heart to Shen Yun with calls for an encore and appreciative applause from the audience.
Mrs. Nitschke, a dressmaker of bridal and evening wear said, “Very beautiful dresses very beautiful dresses, absolutely."
"I loved those extended sleeves and the lovely flow, you know it has got a beautiful flow to it.”
“I thought the backdrop was incredible,” said Ms. Gallagher.
“The dancers are not only graceful but very athletic. We've enjoyed it, my wife and I, very much,” said the professor.
"The people with the love in their hearts will come through."
Melissa Jones, a Music Events coordinator was at the newly renovated Adelaide Entertainment on Friday night May 7 to see the Shen Yun Performing Arts for the first time.
“It was amazing, absolutely amazing. Sort of a delight to all your senses," said Ms. Climas.
"I believe that we people in the West can learn a lot from these principles because we can make our civilized life more enjoyable by appreciating the beauty in nature."
“The dancers are out of this world!” said Kandy, “just so petite, dainty and colourful. I don't know how to explain, it's just overwhelming!"
The enthusiastic audience applauded and cheered and drew out tenor Hong Ming to sing an encore.
“You can't take your eyes off it, you're looking at it and it entrances you,” Peter Dorling said.
Ms. Mlynowskyj said, “They actually interacted with the video ... it was very exciting, very very very clever!”
“Very impressive,” said Mr. Lachlan, “The tenor â€¦ Hong Ming! Good, very good."