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Maybe it was because my seats were on the aisle, maybe my expectations were too high, maybe what they showed in the commercials seemed really impressive, I don't know. My friend and I have wanted to see this for years and we finally accepted the price and got tickets. Again, maybe that anticipation built up our hopes too high. Well, bottom line, we were bored. Dancing, impressive leaps, mind blowing flexibility...None of that! A lot of quick walking and arm movements. The costumes were pretty and they were uniformed in their performance but again, not at all impressive and truly boring. Supposedly the choreography changes every year and maybe this must wasn't their year but I would never invest that ticket price again and take the chance that it could be better next time.
I'm sorry for the bad review but we were highly disappointed.
EWD from Winnipeg, MB
The performers were in great shape, but the routines were sort of the same throughout.
The show was promoted at China's history, arts and music. I heard NO historic instruments from China.
The seat price is three times what the show is worth.
Piper Hall from Las Vegas, Nevada
IT ALL OF A SUDDEN TURNED POLITICAL.
I think the promotions are very misleading. Most of the dances were very boring. The plot was very childish. Then, all of a sudden at the end, communism is brought up and even religion which I could not help but laugh at its gall to have a hidden message, promoting their own means rather than the art of the various Chinese dances. Don't spend too much money buying good seats. It's not worth it.
AvidTheatreLover from Charlotte, North Carolina
AN UNINTENTIONAL UNFUNNY CHINESE MONTY PYTHON EXPERIENCE
The use of a massive background movie screen showing cartoon characters literally bouncing around during a series of repetitive dance routines, 5000 years of
Chinese history is not. I kept thinking a Monty Python type cartoon character of God was going to pop up and make some farcical statement to us. The male and
female MC's were uninteresting and boring while constantly referring back to their Falun Gong religion - which this show is essentially all about, and which no
mention is made prior to arriving. I am not accustomed to having to Google and verify a ballet performance prior to attending it, but after this experience, I
realize I will now have to do so. There were a couple musical pieces that helped avoid making this a total waste of time and money. We have attended and
enjoyed ballet, opera, comedy, plays over the last 30 years - Over all this was simply awkward and unimaginative with few bright spots - none of which came
close to the quality of past theatre experiences.
Rae from Minneapolis, Minnesota
A DIFFERENT SIDE
This show was political. The dancers and dance was beautiful, clothes wonderful but the purpose was doubtful. Would not see it again and after some research will not suggest for others to see it.
Sue from St Paul, Minnesota
I have seen great classical Chinese performances by
other companies. I expected the same superb quality
from Shen Yun, especially for the exorbitant price.
Sadly, although I appreciated the instrumentalists
and the costumes, most of the dances were
unimpressive. The compulsory Falun Dafa propaganda
spoiled the show. I have a bad feeling about who is
profiting from the ticket sales.
Anonymous from Minneapolis, Minnesota
We were extremely disappointed. This show is NOT about Chinese performing arts, it's about a hidden political and religious agenda that is forced on the audience. My wife and I
will never see this show again nor will we ever suggest others to go.
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