Carol Spilker: “It's just different. It seems like they have so much. Their history goes back so far."
Mr. Raymond Seach: "I like how it's historical, so it's kind of coming forward from many years ago to the present."
“It is the enthusiasm and the spirit that they have, and even though I don't understand Chinese you can see the feeling and the culture in it and how much they embrace it [...]
“The culture that they are showing, the Chinese culture, is very interesting, and to see the history of China presented this way. It's very good.”
Public Television vice president enjoys the digital animation of Shen Yun.
Retired banker Robert Bedwell: “I love the music, I love the arrangements."
Yaya Smock: “It's spectacular; I love it—the show.”
“The spectacular colors across the stage, streaming sleeves—it was just wonderful to watch,” said Mrs. Kielkowski, remarking on some of the flowing costumes.
“It was here last year and missed it, and thought we would take the opportunity to come and see it this time,” he said.
“It was just beautiful, a work of art," said Brenda Born, a retiree and former dancer, about the Shen Yun Performing Arts performance.
Terribly grateful to the Shen Yun performers, Ms. Kauwe said, “I am just tickled, tickled pink. I love it.”
“I love history,” Mrs. Abbott explained. “It’s wonderful to see the way they depict it in the different kinds of things that they do through the dance. They teach us [...]
U.S. Sen. Dan Coats: “It is an honor to welcome Shen Yun Performing Arts to Indianapolis. It is most impressive that last year’s Shen Yun tour captivated over one million [...]
“It is just a real masterpiece!”
“I'd recommend it,” said Mr. Haggard.
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