Shen Yun Portrays the Heart and Soul of Humanity

“It was fantastic. It was wonderful. It was very exciting, very unique, very different.” 
 

“I would definitely describe it as more than a show, definitely an experience, going back in time and history, understanding a culture that we’re probably not as exposed to as we probably shoule be.” 
 

“I think so far what impressed me the most is the timeline, and how everything is unfolding, and how you’re learning sort of the chronological events. The dance with the yellow fans and the flowers were spectacular. Visually gorgeous. The last performance with the drums, the Tibetan drums were breathtaking.” 
 

“I’ve been to very many shows. I’d say it was definitely one of the top shows.” 
 

“I think [spirituality] is part of China and Chinese culture. I think you have to have it in the show. I think it’s what makes the Chinese performance and Chinese culture so beautiful, is the spiritual aspect of it, because it’s so ancient.” 
 

“I’m very intrigued by the Chinese culture.”
 

“You definitely get into the heart and soul of humanity. I think that it doesn’t matter that it’s Chinese. I think you walk away understanding the human spirit, whether you’re Chinese or American or European or African. I think you walk away with humanity.” 

Mara Granderson, real estate investor
Dolby Theatre, Hollywood, United States
Shen Yun International Company
April 16, 2017