Treat Yourself to World-Class Entertainment After the Hectic Holidays

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December is a month dedicated to gift shopping, preparing for the holidays, office parties, and hosting friends and families at your home. Divine Performing Arts is the perfect post-holiday treat for dates, groups of friends, and the entire family. The show is playing in Chicago at the Civic Opera House on December 27 (2 p.m. and 7 p.m.) and 28 (2 p.m.). Tickets start at $38, with purchasing information at http://chicago-shows.com/ or by calling (312) 225-5120 or (312) 808-9649.

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Once you get through the technique, then people get touched by what's there, what truly is there... a sense of freedom and lyricism and character, and it goes beyond just the movements.

December is a month dedicated to gift shopping, preparing for the holidays, office parties, and hosting friends and families at your home. After all the hustle and labor to make the holidays special and magical for all in your life, it's time to treat yourself.

Divine Performing Arts returns to Chicago on December 27 and 28 and presents Chinese culture as a sensory feast.

Heroic tales from the past, melded with stories of honor and courage from our modern times unfold before the audience--all told through spectacular dance routines and hauntingly beautiful music.

Divine Performing Arts is many performances presented as one, ranging from grand classical processions to touching ethnic and folk dances. All around are stunningly exquisite costumes, perfect harmonies of sound and movement, and an energy that draws the audience out of their normal world.

Divine Performing Arts tours worldwide, and has earned global acclaim from all walks of life. Ms. Christine Walewska, one of the world's finest living cellists, saw DPA twice in a matter of a few days and afterward said: "For once we have something gorgeous that you can recommend to people in all its beauty from beginning to end."

Mr. Elvis Stojko, the world champion and Olympic Silver Medalist figure skater, said: "Once you get through the technique, then people get touched by what's there, what truly is there... a sense of freedom and lyricism and character, and it goes beyond just the movements."

Barbara Zapf-Dorn, owner and director of a Nuremberg, Germany, ballet school, "It was, all things considered, a great masterpiece. From the dancing, the music, singing, lighting, to the stage picture, everything was perfect."

For more wonderful feedback from the worldwide audiences, as well as video clips and more about the show, visit http://chicago-shows.com/.

Divine Performing Arts is the perfect post-holiday treat for dates, groups of friends, and the entire family. The show is playing in Chicago at the Civic Opera House on December 27 (2 p.m. and 7 p.m.) and 28 (2 p.m.).

Tickets start at $38, with purchasing information at http://chicago-shows.com/ or by calling (312) 225-5120 or (312) 808-9649.

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