The show started quietly enough with a single girl playing a zheng (it sounds a lot like a harp), but soon it began to resemble a Las Vegas review.
There were plenty of dancing girls,
And dancing guys, too.
A variety of dance forms were on display. This one seems to have been inspired by Indian dance.
And the guys showed that they could do more than march around the stage.
Lovely and peaceful...
The return of the zhang...
And a featured solo artist... It was amazing to see what she could do with those sleeves.
A striking tableau. They held this pose for several minutes and their smiles never wavered.
A dancer's hairpiece up close.
The whole cast takes a bow. It was fun, and coming after that wonderful dumpling dinner, made for an excellent evening.
Then it was back to the bus which took us to our hotel where we rested up for the next day's trip to see the terracotta warriors [and of course, yet more shopping opportunities].