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A Chinese Show will be Performed in Salt Lake City

S. F. Mori

Shen Yun will be on stage with music and dance
Eccles Theater(Image is author's)

Salt Lake City will be one of many stops for performers of the musical production, Shen Yun. The Chinese dancers have been traveling throughout the United States to showcase a spectacular show of music and dance.

They will be at the Eccles Theater at 131 South Main Street in Salt Lake City from Wednesday, March 9, through Saturday, March 12, 2022. They will have evening performances at 7:30 PM each of those nights and also a Saturday matinee at 2:00 PM.

The show is touted as "China Before Communism." The costumes and the scenery are outstanding and beautiful. The performers put on a stunning show which is full of energy and vitality. It exhibits marvelous creativity and talent.

The Shen Yun website says this about the show:
Shen Yun is a brilliant artistic revival and celebration of China’s rich cultural heritage.
Each performance consists of about 20 pieces, quickly moving from one legend, region, or dynasty to the next. Themes range from the delicate elegance of Tang court ladies to the battlefield heroics of valiant generals, from the timeless philosophical works of Lao-Tzu to spectacular scenes of magical realms. Some pieces also touch upon the topic of today’s China, shedding light on the oppression many experience for their spiritual beliefs, such as Falun Dafa. These tales of courage are often what audience members find the most touching and uplifting.

More information on the show and tickets may be obtained by visiting the website:

A short trailer is available to watch.

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