Artist Moved By Shen Yun’s Message Of Love And Peace

“It was aesthetic. It was full of beauty and meaning. The message was surprising, so I was very moved by it.”
 

“There was so much beauty delivered from the dance, the sets, the costumes, the music. Through that [was] a spiritual message of love and peace. It was wonderful that the message was being delivered through beauty, aesthetic, and arts. It was done superbly. … I was impressed; it really hit me.” 
 

“The costumes were outstanding. There is a defiance of the physical laws — flying, appearing, the magic of Asia — combining with the quality of spirituality and aesthetic was really brought home. The backdrop was incredible. It was very magical.”
 

“I myself know I am a spiritual being. I also know that other people are walking around as spiritual beings, so [this is] a very strong aspect of what I do with my profession and as an artist.”
 

“I [was] touched. [Shen Yun] was using aesthetics to deliver a spiritual message, that was 100 percent clear to me. And it was done at a really high level of quality and value.”
 

“I’m proud that it was done as a being, and as a human person cohabiting the planet with other spiritual beings. I am proud that it was produced and brought out. It was really well done.” 
 

(To those who have not seen Shen Yun) “Go, absolutely go.” 

Annie Brown, ceramic pottery artist, marketing business owner
Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles, United States
Shen Yun International Company
April 28, 2017