BLUE MAN GROUP: Every Question You’ve Ever Had
HARD TO DESCRIBE. EASY TO LOVE.
Q. What is Blue Man Group?
At Blue Man Group, you’ll rock, laugh and party. As three bald and blue men explore our world, together we’ll discover music, comedy and surprises at every turn. By the end of this spectacular journey, you’ll be saying “I DON’T EVEN KNOW WHAT JUST HAPPENED BUT I LOOOVED IT.” 35 million people of all ages, languages and cultures know what Blue Man Group is really about. Now it’s your turn.
Q. What language is the show performed in?
The Blue Men themselves do not speak — they communicate completely non-verbally, through music, motion and color. So, patrons find the show tremendously enjoyable regardless of what language they speak and/or if they are hearing-impaired. There are some limited words displayed on video screens.
Q. Is the show the same across the world?
Although several of the productions are similar, the size and space opportunities of each theater create unique Blue Man Group performances.
Q. Are there any celebrities/stars in the show?
No, there are no celebrities in the show. The cast is comprised of three Blue Men and a live band.
Q. What is the duration of the show?
The show is 90 minutes long, with no intermission.
Q. Where can I find out more about the show?
Q. Is the show suitable for children?
Absolutely. Packed with music, color, comedy, and no spoken words, this show will appeal to all ages. We recommend, due to the loud percussive nature of the show, that it is suitable for ages 3+ at the parents’ discretion.
Q. What is the ‘splash zone’?
The splash zone is the first four or five rows closest to the stage. Patrons in this area are given a plastic poncho to wear because sometimes materials splash the audience. These substances are washable, but we suggest that you do not wear anything that needs dry cleaning.
Q. I am sensitive to strobe lights. Should I be concerned?
Strobe lights are used during portions of the show. If people sensitive to strobe lights decide to attend the show, they should alert the usher in their section when they arrive at their section. Upon request, a member of the event staff will help the patron leave the theater before the strobes occur, or provide them with sunglasses to reduce the intensity of the lights.