Divine Performing Arts returns to Boston with its production of The Chinese New Year Spectacular for three shows on January 10 and 11 at the Opera House, located at 539 Washington Street in Boston’s downtown theater district.
Inspired by 5,000 years of traditional Chinese culture and history, the Divine Performing Arts Chinese New Year Spectacular brings to stage Chinese classical dance, folk dance, vocalists, and instrumentalists for gloriously colorful and exhilarating entertainment.
With DPA’s masterful choreography, digitally animated backdrops, and stunning costumes, the audience is transported to a realm that is not only beautiful but also sublime. The world-class performances bringing ancient legends and heroic figures to life are not only authentic but rich and meaningful.
Divine Performing Arts toured 66 cities across 4 continents during the 2008 season. Critics have hailed the DPA shows as «superb,» «resplendent,» «inspired,» and «wonderfully positive.» Frequent remarks have it that one cannot find this level of sophisticated entertainment in China.
Divine Performing Arts is a non-profit entity based in New York that is independent of China’s regime.
The Falun Dafa Association of New England is proud to present this year’s show in Boston.
«We’re thrilled to be able to bring entertainment of this caliber to the community,» says John Jaw, president of the Association. «The show promises to be as educational as it is entertaining, and should appeal to the whole family as well as a wide range of people. You could travel to China and never see this kind of quality.»
Tickets range from $38 to $120.
For more information and a discount, visit http://www.bostonspectacular.com/elplaneta/