Kung Fu & Drumming: China's All-Female Group Reinterprets Mulan
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The last date listed for Mulan was Sunday September 7, 2014 / 7:00pm.
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Incredible! High energy. The seats were great! In fact the closer the better. Performance was outstanding. The theatre sells snacks, drinks (incl. beer and wine) you can enjoy during the show. Seats were totally fine and comfortable. Never a dull moment!!! Can't say enough about how much I loved this show.
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My two companions liked it more than I did. We all agreed that the comedy was corny. The girls are certainly talented. The opening set was very cool with drums on the back wall. I got bored. 20 minutes would have been more than enough for me.
More than just a pretty face, she beat the odds with courage, determination and whole lot of spirit!
Mulan is the classic story of a Chinese peasant girl who disguises herself as a man so that she can take her ailing father’s place as a soldier in the emperor’s war against the Huns. After years of successfully concealing her true identity, Mulan’s secret is ultimately revealed and she is worshipped for her courage and loyalty. This legendary story’s message of bravery, leadership and the importance of family remain relevant to audiences today.