Impossible Perfection, Sublime, Says Professor After Seeing Shen Yun

“I have travelled a lot and seen many remarkable performances in many countries … but I want to tell you that, what I have seen here today, has shocked me because I tell myself that it is impossible that human beings can manage to reach such perfection. Perfection in the movements, in the ensemble, and the ideas that … Shen Yun have used to create this performance, and I must tell you that it is sublime, it’s unique, and see, I have tears in my eyes because I am so moved by it. I am 82 and I have never seen anything so extraordinary in a performance.”

 

“The dancers are young and you can feel that they really believe in what they are doing and they give all they’ve got, their physique, their hearts, and that’s what is important because in a performance if you don’t give all of yourself, the performance won’t be a success and that is what they have managed to do today.”

 

“I wish [Shen Yun] to have many more performances to come and that as many people as possible can see the show. You see, we are not such a miserable rotten world, when one can see such a performance. You can say that in the human heart there are still many things that are still good. I want to end on a positive note that the human being is still excellent.”

Claude-Marine Outet, professor, social economy
Grand Theatre de Provence, Aix-en-Provence, Europe
Shen Yun World Company
March 17, 2017