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I spent over 30 years back in China, never watched a show like this. It is soooo spectacular and unique!
I have tears in my eyes when I watched it and my heart was so deeply touched by the music and story.
It is something not only for Chinese, it is for everyone. Once you watch it, it is something unforgettable in your life time!
I just want to post a quote from the interview
with Gary Behrmen, professor and Dean at St. Louis
“I am breathless. It is visually spectacular, awe-
inspiring, brilliant, and amazing. It is a
planetary experience that there is hope in the
air. What I have seen on this stage is that
expression of hope. Having an event like this
brings me hope that … all cultures can recreate
the planet in a harmonious way.”
Actually, there are thousands of enthusiastic
reviews from media and audiences around the globe!
Forrest from Seattle, Washington
BEAUTIFUL, BROUGHT ME TO TEARS.
This is the most beautiful show I have ever seen. I was moved
to tears more than once. The dancers are world class and the
stories are very deep. Excellent show for children as well.
Anonymous from Everett, Washington
I LOVE THE DOUBLE STRING VIOLIN!
I love the live music Shen Yun orchestra presents, which is a combination of western and eastern musical instrument. I especially adore the double string violin.
Anonymous from Seattle, Washington
With all of the uncertainty and difficulties faced in China right now,
it is great to see such a celebration of Chinese heritage and true
I loved seeing the show last year. Beauty and grandeur like I had
never seen before.
from Boise, ID
OVER HYPED AND OVERLY RELIGIOUS
There were about 6-8 pure dancing routines, and I thought 2-3 of them were good. The rest seemed recycled from the other routines, with just different background and outfits. The costumes were bright and a huge positive.
There were 6-8 "plays" (ballet/dance) of which 2-3 were entertaining. The rest were pretty basic ballet and nothing special. Almost ALL of the "plays" were religious based which was kind of a turn off.
The music was good, but after 2+ hours of it, it became VERY monotonous. A singer came out and she literally sang the same song twice - back-to-back. Once was plenty. It was a religious song with about 50 words.
There were two MCs: a young white male and a young Asian women. They were pretty flat and lame. It was VERY annoying that she would repeat everything in Chinese. We are not in China. I don't think it added to the show. It annoyed.
If you really love ballet, you would like this show; Otherwise, the show was 3 stars at BEST.
A Nani Mouse from Seattle, Washington
FALUN DAFA PROPAGANDA WITH DECENT DANCING
2/3 of the show was decent Chinese dancing
and 1/3 was "Falun Dafa Is Good"
propaganda with Chinese police beating
dissidents, a piano number singing how only
repenters will be saved, and an ending
where a heavenly tidal wave destroys
communist China and the rapture-
equivelant occurs in hokey cgi. That said I
liked the scholars dance, the soldiers dance,
and would watch another Miao dance even if
the scientologists put it on. Overall mediocre
for date night.
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