While the performers were excellent and the food was very good, there were some major problems with this show. The music and microphones are turned up beyond the capacity of the speakers. All of the music and sound was distorted. By the first half hour, my ears were killing me. When announcements were made, I couldn't understand a word that was said, even when he spoke English. The buzz of the speakers was louder than his voice. The next problem we encountered was when they moved us to the theater. The staff members wandered in and out during the performance. Two of them sat directly in front of us, and talked very loudly in attempt to hear each other over the booming of the speakers. They were in the first row, directly in front of us. It was hard enough to try to understand what was going on, and with their constant chatter it became impossible The real clincher though, that led me to give this a "terrible" review was the animal abuse. To represent cock fighting, live roosters were thrown at each other and onto the floor of the stage. I'm not sure one of them survived as he landed sideways on his neck when the performer threw him. The dancers were amazing, and the energy of the show was unbelievable. My congrats to them. Fix your sound system, turn down the volume and buy yourself some fake chickens and this will be a great show.
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