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November 07, 2011

Gazillion Bubble Show

World renowned bubble artist Fan Yangbrings a brilliant and unique theatrical experience to audiences of all ages, and transforms beautiful bubbles into a thrilling interactive theatre experience.  This brilliant and unique theatrical experience will delight audiences of all ages, transforming a multitude of beautiful bubbles into a thrilling, interactive, multi-million dollar spectacular.  Audiences and critics will be wowed by bouncing bubbles, floating bubbles, misty, tiny and massive bubbles as they experience the world’s first live “snow globe” when millions of tiny bubbles fill the stage. Fan Yang’s extraordinary bubble masterpieces illuminated by his spellbinding laser magic will dazzle theatre-goers aged 2 to102.

Internationally acclaimed, Fan Yang has set an astounding 17 Guinness World Records and has been seen on Regis & Kelly, Ellen, and Oprah who proclaimed: “Fan Yang is amazing.  He will blow you away!”  David Letterman calls him “The greatest bubble artist in the world!”

I had a chance to see this show over the weekend. While I don't think it really appeals to the older crowds, if you attend with children (ages 3-10), you will catch their excitement. Bubble always fascinate children, but add in a fog machine, bright lights, music, people in bubbles, color and tricks and they are in for a real treat. One thing I enjoyed about the show as how interactive it was. They ask for volunteers, and at several points engage the entire audience in the fun. One downfall was that it was very hard to hear and sometimes understand Fan Yang, but it could have just been the sound of the theater we were in. I think that kids would really love this, and would go again.

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disclaimer: tickets received for review

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