Blue Man Group WOW's the nation with the unveiling of their new "Shake Your Euphemism," on the two hour season finale of America's Got Talent. More info: Click Here.
On Saturday, August 4th over 40 people came to Chicago’s Briar Street Theatre for the 2012 Blue Man Group “Fan Meet.” This special group of Blue Man Group fans came from across the country and were treated to meet and greets with the cast and crew, backstage access and a special Q & A session with the performers. READ MORE
European fans celebrated in true Blue Man Group style this past weekend in Berlin, Germany at the annual fan meet event. For the Recap Podcast , click here.
The fans gather once again this year in Las Vegas to join the fan meet activities of backstage tour, behind the scenes soundcheck with Q&A and so much more at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino. Blue Man Group debuts their brand new theatrical show on the strip. click here for more info.
Fans in Central Florida gathered on March 3rd, 2012 to celebrate the grand re-opening of the newly revised Orlando show at Universal Studios Orlando Resort. Blue Man Group unveiled their new show bringing elements from the National Tour to the theme park stage. READ MORE
Blue Man Group on Stage at Monte Carlo Resort & Casino[/caption]From the perspective of a fan of Blue Man Group that has been on this journey with the company, actors and performers for over twelve years now, and to accurately describe my feelings and emotions after seeing the brand new production is the most challenging thing I've ever done. Not only is the new show loaded with tons of new material, but the compositions and musical pieces have all been tweaked, redone or are brand new. So to better describe this new show for you, let's start from the top, the pre-show and seating as you enter the theater.
Walking into the new Blue Man Group Theater, I immediately was whisked away by the music that was playing during seating. Never before have I heard such a surreal and enchanting piece of Blue Man style music, but added flare of new age and tribal highlights. I'm not even sure what the new seating music is called, but I fully understand why the previous used music "Dulcimer" is no longer part of the show, it just doesn't fit the scale of this technological wonder of a production. I could literally close my eyes, and be taken away by the music itself, and then I noticed the walls moving. New HD projection technology, which is frequently seen in theme parks from Disney to Universal, is now a part of the pre-show spectacle. The side columns become animated, and part of the show itself, which is an awesome highlight and detail.