Architect Sees Hope Through the Divine in Shen Yun

“It was a lovely performance, … I especially liked the umbrella dance. There was the one where they went back to another dimension—with the time—I thought he was a phenomenal dancer, his dancing was really wonderful.”
 

“There is always the promise at the very end [when] the Buddha [is] coming down … for that final thing, that hope for the future, you have to have to put your hope in something beyond the terrestrial, beyond the temporal.”
 

“At the very end there is hope in the future, and hope not being a temporal one, not something that’s going to end on this earth, but has to be something more incoming from the outside through the divine, it seems to be right.”

Michael Terranova, architect, Nelson and Hodges
AT&T Performing Arts Center-Winspear Opera House, Dallas, United States
Shen Yun World Company
February 5, 2017