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Utah Welcomes Shen Yun With First Show In Ogden

Posted by Author on March 17, 2010

OGDEN, Utah— Peery’s Egyptian Theater welcomed Shen Yun Performing Arts for their first of three presentations in the state of Utah on Tuesday evening, March 16. The theater boasted a full house and even the weather cooperated, with the evening being balmy and mild.

Ogden is a popular recreation center in northern Utah, located 40 miles north of Salt Lake City, and is a center for skiing and adventure sports.

Ms. Sadie George was among the enthusiastic audience who were looking forward to the New York-based Shen Yun’s presentation of the authentic cultural heritage of classical China. Ms. George has a great interest in dance and that is what drew her to the show.

She has studied a number of different forms of dancing for several years, including Middle Eastern and Indigenous dance. She has also studied fire dancing, which is a dangerous performance art, popular in many cultures where the dancer uses lit batons.

Ms. George brought her father to the show for his birthday. She believes that traditional cultural dances are “very good to learn.”

Ms. George enjoyed Shen Yun’s story-based dance dramas depicting the spirit and essence of China’s age-old culture. “With these dances I love the storyline, it’s so expressive. It shows the feminine and the masculine, just full of power and gracefulness. It’s amazing.”

She was touched by the expressiveness of the dancers, saying, “They hold it [the power] so strongly.”

Ms. George said she would recommend Shen Yun to her friends, telling them that it is “beautiful” and “lovely.”

Shen Yun Performing Arts will present two more shows at Perry’s Egyptian Theater in Ogden on March 17 and 18. (The Epochtimes)

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