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Shen Yun Performing Arts Reviews

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Average customer review: 2.5 star rating (2.4 Stars)

Number of reviews: 188



1.0 star rating Jane Farmer from Victoria, British Columbia


We saw this show at the Q E last year and were shocked to discover that it was mediocre at best. Fortunately we did not buy the most expensive seats but if someone were to give us tickets for the 2020 performances we wouldn't use them!. Many in the audience were not interested in the show and there was forced clapping. We had the impression that they were made to attend out of a sense of duty ~ a different kind of captive audience. The young man in front of us slept through it and he didn't appear to be someone who had money to burn. The whole experience was bizarre and we have been telling everyone we know not to go.

1.0 star rating Elena from St.Paul, Minnesota


What a scam! We spend over $500 on 3 tickets to see immature dance recital. I wood not not even go for free, because all 3 hours was a complete torture. Please do not fall into beauty of their commercial. It is totally misrepresentations, full of political propaganda, horrible singing, and immature story telling. Also, there is no way to live Google review. It took me several pages of searching to leave this review. We attended this show at Ordway theater, St. Paul, Mn

1.0 star rating Matt Willijo from Arizona, US


Deceptive and manipulative marketing practices for a very expensive show with only mediocre performances that push a religious/political agenda with extreme religious right values under the guise of some nebulous Eastern meditative philosophy... the first tenet of Falun Dafa is truthfulness. HA!

1.0 star rating Mike Hockett from Virginia Beach


I understand why they didn't advertise that this was a play advertising the Falun Gong or Falun Dafa religion, a Chinese Cult from the 1990's. If they had, they wouldn't have been able to sell a single ticket in the US. The dances portrayed people being healed by touching the Dafa book (their bible), persecution from the Chinese government, etc. After 2 dances, you've seen it all. Tell me I'm going to a religious show and let us make the choice as to whether to buy tickets. Don't disappoint the audience by misleading us. We left at intermission, as did several others. These guys are very talented athletes and it was very colorful, but after 2 dances, you've seen everything there is to see. Buyer Beware!!

1.0 star rating Alex V from Vancouver, BC


Please do not waste your time or money! This is propaganda done with bad taste! Good repeatable acrobatics , almost no dancing or musical value, used to deliver incredible stories of presumed faith healings and conversions! Excellent advertising and social media coverage, almost impossible to find a site where a bad review like this can be left. I bought the expensive tickets for myself and my friend. Ashamed of my choice since. Attended at Q&E in Vancouver, BC.

1.0 star rating Joe from philly from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Terrible, just terrible

1.0 star rating Lin from St. Louis, Missouri


My opinion on Shen Yun? Total disaster! Why do you even call it Shen Yun (The beauty of divines dancing) while you should be calling it Arrhythmia of Lucifer. Somewhere along the show, there’s a soprano singing a Chinese song. I’d rather listening to the voice of a strangled cat in a graveyard than her singing. Oh good lawd! It also took me a while to figure out she was singing in Chinese. I had to see the caption to understand her singing and my native language is Chinese!! Should Shen Yun be a dance performance? Oh no. They employed a lot of computer graphic to achieve the effects. Many dance moves were unorganized and out of sync. Where’s the choreography? I couldn’t figure it out. Bam! It was clear to me it was the costumes that made up their deficiencies. Without those traditional Chinese costumes, the Shen Yun performers aren’t really good. Often enough the host and hostess were trying to crack a joke but where did they learn the jokes? From the Three Stooges? There’s no humorous ingredients at all. The best part of Shen Yun was the end of it when I could leave.

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