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Chinese New Year Spectacular ‘A Feast for Your Heart’: Los Angeles audience

Posted by Author on January 20, 2008

By Ben Bendig, Epoch Times Los Angeles Staff, Jan 19, 2008- Marta Loera, Martha Fierro-Romero, Sally De La Peza, and Sonia Mir. All are teachers, though Loera is retired. (Mark Zou/Epoch Times)
LOS ANGELES─ The Chinese New Year Spectacular finished its second showing on Jan. 19 at the Nokia L.A. Live Theater in Los Angeles to an enthusiastic audience. The Spectacular is a showcase of China’s 5000-year-old traditional culture, portrayed through dance and music performance.
Marta Loera, Martha Fierro-Romero, and Sally De La Peza, all from Hacienda, CA., and Sonia Mir, from Ontario, CA., saw the show together.

“I loved the costumes, the vibrant colors, and the movements, the gracefulness in which they moved,” said Fierro-Romero, a teacher. “The music was very soothing, to go along with the beautiful vibrant costumes.”

De La Peza, a first-grade teacher, said she enjoyed “the gracefulness, the delicacy, and at the same time strength and power” of the performances. She also said she “enjoyed the differences between traditional ballet and this kind of [dance].”

Mir, an art teacher, said she liked the Water Nymph performance, saying that it was “beautiful, so creative. Our ballet … we could learn something from them.”

De La Peza also said she hoped to make arrangements to bring her entire first-grade class to see the show, “I think it would be great, just to introduce them to this culture.”

Fierro-Romero eloquently stated, “In conclusion, it was a feast for the eyes, a feast for the ears, and a feast for your heart.”

The Spectacular will show again tonight at 8 p.m. in the Nokia L.A. Live Theater, and at 2 p.m. on Sunday before going to Las Vegas on Jan. 21, then to Detroit on Jan. 22, and San Francisco from Jan. 23–26.

Original report from the Epochtimes 

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