Distinguished attorney Debra Harrell: “I have never seen such a beautiful show, absolutely beautiful!"
Michael Farrell: “I like the vivid colors … it was nice, very nice.”
Darryl Ferguson: “Given all the production work that was done, it was really incredible. The visuals were spectacular.”
Looking beyond the dance, Ms. Desi Citia said she was touched by the stories in the performance.
The Shen Yun orchestra struck Mr. Charles Saul. “The music to me was very nice and very good. The melodies—that's what I liked. It was good."
Rebecca Service, a dancer: "It takes my breath away to see such a beautiful performance.”
American Indian Deborah Ambrey said she felt the spirituality conveyed in Shen Yun is universal, and “We're all connected.”
Mr. Cleo Henderson: "I love how they did the sequence where people came out of the backdrop and came up on stage. The timing was perfect, it was impeccable.”
“This is a rare opportunity for us, and we just loved it—absolutely loved it,” Mrs. Eden Johnson said.
“What I’m seeing on stage is not just the history of China; it’s the history of the world,” said Mr. Don Smith.
“It was beautiful, I thought it was something that I'd never see in my whole entire life,” Ms. Welch said.
Mrs. Amy Donnell said. “The costumes were fantastic and the dancers were absolutely beautiful.”
“It’s a marvelous merging of high-tech with art,” Mr. Williams said.
Mr. Lenaham wanted to thank the artists for “celebrating your history and your heritage.”
“To me, the end exhibited, or expressed, [the] complete show, which was the East met the West and there was a harmony about it,” Dr. Duckett said.
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Ms. Titre studies language, and was impressed with the fluency of the masters of ceremonies.
"The colors and the backdrop were very exciting and it kept me focused," Ms. Pemberton said.