CANBERRA, Australia—Jennifer Graham, Human Resources Manager at the Australian Bureau of Statistics, is a regular theatre goer. She has seen many shows before, especially ballet and contemporary dance.
Jennifer went to China last year and enjoyed some shows there. So when she heard that the Divine Performing Arts Chinese Spectacular was coming to Canberra, she was excited to see it.
Jennifer went to the matinee performance on Saturday and thought the show was "beautiful, graceful and absolutely colourful!"
She was especially taken by the 'Nymphs of the Sea' performance.
"It was just something … it was different. But just when the curtains open and the setting, it was just beautiful. It was different and it was really lovely."
When asked if she would return next year, she enthusiastically replied: "Yes!"
'I Think I Have Taken Away a Lot of Calmness'
Also at the show was Mary Keary of Celtic background. She thought the Spectacular was "amazing … just totally amazing."
She said she came to the show out of curiosity after seeing it promoted in the shopping centre, watching a promotional video and looking at the costumes. "I was rather fascinated by the colours, actually, and costumes," she said.
When asked what she would remember most, she replied: "I think I have taken away a lot of calmness, because parts of it were very calm. And I liked those parts — also when it was a bit more vigorous, I would say. It's just the calming effect of the whole lot and the peace and the tranquillity of the music. That's what I'll remember."
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