DALLAS—Kevin Clutterbuck, director of finance for Spark Power Corp., and his mother Sharon treasured the experience of watching Shen Yun Performing Arts at the Winspear Opera House in Dallas, Texas, on April 16.
“Breathtaking, … this is breathtaking!” said Mrs. Clutterbuck, after attending the performance. “I have treasured Chinese culture for decades and to see this in person, … I'm blessed!”
“It’s the first time I’m here. … This is a birthday gift from my son,” she said.
“The colors, the dance, the stories, the history, it was wonderful!” he said. “We've been seeing the advertisements for years and been wanting to come for years, and I'm so glad we finally made it.”
“The CGI and being able to sit there and see the heavens coming to Earth, back and forth—quite honestly, that was the highlight for me,” Kevin said.
“It's a wonderful show, … the colors, the beauty; it’s phenomenal,” Mr. Walters said.
“The dancers are amazing, … just phenomenal athletes. I have so much respect for them, … their dedication and their training to dance like that.”
Mr. Walters and Ms. Allen both agreed that the scene about the persecution was the most touching.
“It's interesting that with the beauty of the dance, they're still bringing out the facts,” Mr. Walters said.