The Mist: Saigon Contemporary Dance Show
Vietnam is a beautiful country with a unique culture that creates great impressions on a lot of tourists coming to this country. The culture is expressed in so many forms such as religion, art, clothing, tool usage, music, shelter, cooking, ritual, and technologies. In terms of art, contemporary dance is one of the most renowned forms that perfectly depict Vietnamese normal life. Therefore, it takes a lot of attention from people who love discovering new cultures worldwide. In this article, you will be introduced to “The Mist”, one of the most unique shows demonstrated by Lune Production coming from Vietnam.
Lune Production's Story
Lune Production established 7 years ago in Ho Chi Minh City, is an entertainment company that has a big ambition to inspire Vietnamese culture to the world. The company tries its utmost to present Vietnamese culture to the audience through art performances. Their four key spectacles are Lang Toi-My Village, Palao, A O Show, and The Dar. The Mist is also a great performance of them which was first introduced in 2014 at Saigon Opera House.
After a few years of development, Lune Production expanded into Hanoi - the capital of Vietnam, to reach more potential people there. Last year, it also launched a new venue in Hoi An, Vietnam. Despite the continuance of expanding the network over the years, Lune Production still keeps its promise to bring more inspiring cultural entertainment products to the audience.
The Mist Show
The Mist performance, performed on the Saigon Opera House's historic stage, depicts the rural life of Southern Vietnam via modern and neo-classical dance by talented performers. Using the cultivation of rice as a metaphor, one may understand the commitment of farmers from the misty morning on the fields, through their struggle and willpower to emerge from the lowly muddy soil, to withstand storms, to the time they joyfully come like brilliant pearls at harvest. The Mist is an hour-long experience that is filled with a variety of highs and lows that are portrayed by fantastic live music, gorgeous graphics, and vibrant lighting effects.
The Mist key features
- The stories of rice: A representation of farmers' lives. Humour is as earth, pleasant as harvest laughing, and stronger bracing through storms
- The beauty of southern Vietnam: The morning is foggy over the pastures. Sensual dance movements evoke the spirit of nurturing.
- A dance of colorful emotions: A diverse range of dancing styles, including ballet, neoclassical ft. modern, and portraying the many emotional tones of farmers.
- 121- year old Saigon Opera House: A national landmark. The cultural and architectural landmark of Saigon. Built-in 1898 by the French
- November: 18h00, day (2-3), (5-7), (11-15), (19-20).
- December: 18h00, day (20-23).
2. Adress: 7 Cong Truong Lam Son, Dist.1, Ho Chi Minh City.
3. Ticket price:
4. Contact to book tickets:
- Hotline: +84 904-699-428
- Email: email@example.com
NOTE: Children from 5-12 years old will receive a 30% discount
(The show is not intended for children under 5 years old)
(Please book tickets at least 24 hours before the show starts)
“The Mist Show” is demonstrated all year long. However, this August, they do not have any show. You will have to wait till October from 2nd to 20th to see this amazing show. Or else, you can watch it from 20th to 23rd December annual. The time for the show these days is 6 p.m. It will be shown at Saigon Opera House, which is at 7 Cong Truong Lam Son, Dist.1, Ho Chi Minh City. The price for the show is ranging from $29.84 to $68.22 depending on different seats. The price for kids will be lower than that of adults. If you want to buy tickets online, you can visit Lune Production’s website to select the wanted seats as well as pay money for the show.
Overall, if you have a chance to visit Vietnam, let’s spend time watching “The Mist Show” to have a full perspective of Vietnamese culture. It is definitely a great show that you should not miss when coming to this country.
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