CLEVELAND, Ohio—The Divine Performing Arts Chinese Spectacular captivated audience members who were touched by its performance at the Playhouse Square Center at the State Theatre Saturday evening May 3.
Ernest Mays, a retired Truck Driver and his Vietnamese wife, Dam, from Cleveland found the show wonderful and very educational. "The water dance ['Nymphs of the Sea'] was wonderful," said Mays. "She [referring to his wife] was gasping at every moment, every different set, she was loving it."
"The performance was great, all the way through, from the beginning to the end… very professional. I am flabbergasted, I am surprised it was that good," he added.
"It was spiritual too. I was touched, be the truth, and how they [Falun Gong practitioners] endure. And they are still enduring just to pass that [ancient culture] to the generations to come. That's touching."
When asked if he would come again Mays said, "We will be back again next year. Every time they come, we'll be here. Next year will be a bigger crowd. You may need a bigger place. You've got a full house, I didn't expect this many."
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