Weekly Photo Challenge: Dance

Outside of the Dancing Water Theater, Macau. January 2012

The House of Dancing Water was one of the best live shows I have ever seen.  It had tremendous acrobatics, theatrics, the best stage set and choreography, and of course, dancing.  It was a mesmerizing experience and seriously the only show I recommend anyone to watch if you only had to choose one to watch in your lifetime.  It was spectacular and to this day I still remember the experience so vividly and with dear fondness.

I watched this show with my mom and long-time family friend in the City of Dreams, Macau in the Dancing Water Theater (yes, there was a theater made exclusively for this show) in January, 2012.  It was an amazing vacation and experience.  I absolutely loved it!

It also goes without saying that there was a lot of water involved in the show that was dancing throughout the carefully choreographed set and many humans dancing too.  I love live shows. ❤

This picture shows the live 3D mermaid that was dancing around on a projected screen outside the theater.  It was quite captivating because you never knew when she would be swimming around on the screen or be hiding.  Many people were standing around taking pictures — as was I.  😛  You couldn’t take pictures inside the theater of the show, so this picture will suffice for this week’s photo challenge. 🙂

About stenoodie

I'm a stenographer, foodie, avid traveller, and new mom who loves to share her experiences with the world.
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6 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Dance

  1. nivs24 says:

    Cool! A mermaid. Nice response.

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  4. Sounds like fun.


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