Doctor: ‘It almost seems like they’re not touching the ground’

By James Fish, Epoch Times
December 23, 2008 Updated: May 8, 2013
Dr. Beley was interested in the precise dancing he saw. (James Fish/The Epoch Times)
Dr. Beley was interested in the precise dancing he saw. (James Fish/The Epoch Times)

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.—Diverse, international professional people came to see the Divine Performing Arts show in Fort Lauderdale.

Dr. Beley said ‘I’m very impressed with the dancers, the softness of their approach, and it almost seems like they’re not touching the ground,” he explained. “Because I enjoy cultural diversity I rank this show very high.’

 Accountant Mr. Martinez found the show “very inspiring.”

“The way that fluidity of the dancers, the story line and the way everything was incorporated, it was just very uplifting. It was entertaining at the same time. It was definitely great. My favorite was “The Monkey King;” the story line was pretty neat.

Mr. Stine, a buyer for a pharmaceutical company described the show as, “Beautiful. I loved the colors and the movements.”

Mr. Martinez said he felt inspired by the performance. (James Fish/The Epoch Times)
Mr. Martinez said he felt inspired by the performance. (James Fish/The Epoch Times)

Scandinavian travel professional Ms. Reija’s favorite dance was “Drummers of the Tang Court.” “Oh, that was absolutely fantastic, loved it!” she exclaimed. She said “The costumes and the choreography, it was so amazing. Not a dull moment in the whole show!”

Please see http://www.DivinePerformingArts.org for more information.

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