“It was very wonderful. I loved the costumes. I was just counting how many costumes they changed. All the fabrics and all the costumes were very beautiful—a very graceful [...]
“I think it's absolutely stunning,” Mr. Hamidi said.
Mrs. Vicki Barkley, an art teacher, said that she was impressed with “the mixture of technology and fabulous costume design intertwined with what you would expect—the [...]
Artist William Fegan: “I love the complexity of the original dance, the traditional dance.”
“I do love the show; the show is amazing,” said Ms. Riki Gedalia, who owns several businesses. “Actually, I was going to go home now and fax all my friends and text [...]
Watching the performance, Ms. Hashem said she felt “peaceful, and just appreciating the beauty, appreciating the culture of China.”
Mr. Russ Lambert: “You can see the classical, traditional elements.”
Mr. Tye and Mrs. Lynette Williams were thoroughly impressed.
Mrs. Erma Victor, a retired teacher: “I was awe-inspired” watching the show."
Artist Ms. Laurie Brown said she loved Shen Yun’s animated digital backdrop.
Professor Vincent Curtis Hunter: “I was just blown away by it.”
“Very talented, very talented,” Mr. Little said of the dancers. “Their moves just sort of grab you into the whole flow of the story.”
Josey Contreras: “Everything is inspiration, it is just so beautiful, and it was my first time, so I'm definitely coming back next year.”
Shen Yun Performing Arts made the perfect birthday present for Mrs. Peggy Anderson, who traveled with Mr. Andy Anderson from Oklahoma just to see the performance at the [...]
“It’s very wonderful. Excellent production. Excellent,” Alfred Lee said.
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