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Audience Dazzled by Shen Yun Show in Los Angeles

Posted by Author on February 10, 2010

NTD TV, 2010-02-09 –

Audience members who saw Shen Yun Performing Arts at the Dorothy Chandler Pavillon in Los Angeles, expressed their appreciation for the show.

A sales representative described it as “just dreamy”.

[Melody Mandy, Sales Representative]:

“It is absolutely beautiful. I loved the language, loved the colors, I love everything about it. They just float. They float, I mean it’s just incredible. The dancers are beautiful. The singing is gorgeous. It’s just dreamy.”

An animation designer was touched by the erhu solo performance.

[Audience Member, Animation Designer]:

“The Chinese instrument, the erhu, you can see her soul in the instrument. You can see her hands, it’s just so expressive. It makes me almost want to cry.”

An audience member said that the show was “the best treat”.

[Helen Mueller, Nurse]:

“So my husband said he was going to treat us and it was the best treat we ever had.”

Another said that the show was something she “never experienced”.

[Erika Lorenzen, Audience Member]:

“It’s just amazing. It’s something that I have never experienced. I’ve seen so many theatrical productions and I couldn’t wait for the curtain to open for the next scene, because they were all so unique and different.”

An entrepreneur who lived in Hong Kong was “really surprised” by the beauty of the show.

[Tuliao Mamolo, Entrepreneur]:

“I knew a little about Chinese culture because I lived two years in Hong Kong working there, but that was 20 years ago. So I knew a little bit but I was really surprised how beautiful everything was, how well coordinated the color, the music, everything was just gorgeous. We really, really, really enjoyed it.”

An audience member was stunned by the beautiful display of colors on stage.

[Narineh Ryan, Workers Compensation Examiner]:

“Every time the curtain opened it was a new vision, new colors, amazing colors. Every time you get shocked that those would work together and they do. It’s a phenomenon somebody has to see to believe it.”

An artist was at the show for her birthday and described the experience as “the best present”.

[Rhonda Ticktin, Artistic Designer]:

“I really loved the show. I liked the colors and all the energy that it was showing throughout the show. So I really had a good time, and this was a birthday present actually for me and it was really enjoyable, from my mother to me, so it was the best present she could have given me.”

A former banker traveled all the way to Los Angeles to watch the performance.

[Mini McGregor, Former Banker]:

“I came all the way from San Diego just to see this show.”

Shen Yun will perform at the Music Center until February 14, also the Chinese New Year.

NTD, Los Angeles, California.

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