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Shen Yun Performing Arts Reviews

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Average customer review: 2.5 star rating (2.7 Stars)

Number of reviews: 145



5.0 star rating Lee Huynh from Houston, TX


I was surprised about the negative reviews posted on here, so I felt I had to say something to do Shen Yun justice. Many people may not be aware of the authentic Chinese culture that has been destroyed in China in recent decades, and hence could not comprehend the significant meaning and beauty Shen Yun brings to the audience. I have met many experts and professors studying China who have been impressed by the accurate description of Chinese culture in Shen Yun. It is a wonderful show, and we have made it a tradition to go see the show every year. The dancing, the music, the costumes, and the story-telling are really beautiful, precise, and awe-inspiring. You can tell these performers and musicians have poured their hearts and souls to entertain the audience. Of course, art is in the eye of the beholder, so I suggest everyone to look at positive reviews, including the videos posted online, and make a judgment for yourself if you want to go or not.

5.0 star rating from Evansville, Indiana


This show is amazing and beautiful... Need to come and see this show again

1.0 star rating S roy from geneva switzerland


This is the biggest waste of time and money. After ten minutes I was tired of floaty dresses, baggy arms and gliding walks. After 15 minutes the 3D screens with scenery seemed boring. There was precious little acrobatics or skill. I nearly left after the first half. To top it off they force fed us Falun Gong propaganda and politics and moral teachings at the end. Boring as hell. Expensive, Overhyped and pure rubbish. There is no option to give something minus stars in the rating on this site - or i would have.

5.0 star rating Nancy D from Providence, Rhode Island


I found this to be so uplifting. The dancers were awesome, the costumes were elegant and the portrayal of the Chinese culture was honorable. It was refreshing to see women dancers who possess a true sense of femininity and grace. Sadly those who immerse themselves in our current culture couldn’t possibly appreciate this play because they have a lack of understanding of the evil of communism. I am a Christian and even though I don’t believe in their gods, I can at least appreciate the fact that they believe in something rather that the false atheism that pervades the current culture and brainwashes many into the twisted idea that good.

1.0 star rating Catherine Baker from San Diego, California


From organ harvesting to Chairman Mao dancing in a sea of fair to middling dancers hosted by mc’s that at first glance might be robots. This show astonished with its levels of terribleness. No Chinese cultural history, just choppy segments of non compelling dancing with the occasional propaganda thrown in, insert organ harvesting or Chairman Mao dancing angrily. If it was meant to be a joke it’s just not funny it’s frightening and these people continue to bilk $22 million a year from fools like me.

5.0 star rating Jane from London


I treated myself to this show as a "Australia Day" gift, the show didn't fail to delight, it was amazing to see the performers being transported into the backdrop. the music told the story without words so boldly that I found myself being transported into their world as well. The mix of instruments was exceptional with the traditional Chinese sounds tugging at your heart. Shen Yun thank you for making my day an amazing one and I hope that you continue to amaze for many years to come.

2.0 star rating John Buchser from Santa Fe, nm


Albuquerque two years ago. Our local orchestras are much better. They have multiple sets of performers and orchestras, some may be better. They were clear they were presenting 'a perspective' of China. Having lots of performers of mediocre quality is not the way to impress the public. Some of the costuming interesting. Astounding amount of TV advertising in advance. Granted that I'm spoiled by high quality events in Santa Fe including world-class opera. Shen Yun might be interesting if you live in a very small town with no alternatives.

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