One of the most unique acts of our time is coming to Boston’s Charles Playhouse. Blue Man Group are bringing their mind-bending performance to Boston to wow audiences with their unique blend of pounding percussion, psychedelic visuals, high-tech wizardry, and sly social commentary. Whether you’re a lifelong fan or are curious about what a Blue Man Group show is like, we’ve got a deal you can’t afford to miss: half-off tickets. Get them before they’re gone!
Blue Man Group first appeared in 1987 when friends Chris Wink, Matt Goldman, and Phil Stanton began staging what they called “creative disturbances” on the streets of Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Those performances drew enough attention to land the group performances at the Astor Place Theatre in 1991, and the rest is history. Today, Blue Man Group tour worldwide, have released Grammy-nominated certified gold albums, and have been purchased by legendary surreal circus group Cirque du Soleil.
Blue Man Group performances center around the trio’s driving, drum-driven music which incorporate otherworldly instruments the group has created themselves. Aside from the music, their performances feature a cerebral mix of visual art and comedy sketches which draw upon themes of cutting-edge science and technology, information overload, societal pressures and cultural norms, and the state of being an outsider – all done without the group speaking a single word.
If you want to catch this legendary group live in Boston, now’s your chance. Blue Man Group will be at the Charles Playhouse throughout the month of April performing a 90-minute show recommended for ages 7 and up. Be aware that the show may not be appropriate for everyone as it features loud music, strobe lights, and lots of sensory stimulation; in fact, sensory overload is one of the core themes of the show.
Boston on Budget readers can get tickets to this one-of-a-kind show for just $36.50 – a discount of 50% off. These are sure to sell out, so act quickly and get your tickets today.