Underwater Bubble Show

A one-of-a-kind show featuring the most cutting edge special effects and stage magic is coming to the Eisemann Center for the Performing Arts in Richardson. B – The Underwater Bubble Show, a breathtaking journey through a magical underwater world, will wow audiences on Sunday, March 10. To welcome as many visitors into this enchanting world as possible, Goldstar is currently offering DFWOTC readers the chance to score half-off tickets while they last. What are you waiting for?

B – The Underwater Bubble Show was created by Latvian theater company Brinum-X and inspired by the otherworldly, surreal performances of Cirque du Soleil. The show is rich in stage effects and features the latest laser technology, snow cannons, soap bubble tornadoes, fog machines, huge smoke rings, smoke-filled soap bubbles, optical illusions, and plenty of surprises. To allow the audience to witness these magical effects up-close, the show also features a huge LED screen with a live video feed of the show itself.

Aside from all of the technical wizardry, B – The Underwater Bubble Show features a captivating story of Mr. B, a world-weary, beaten down corporate zombie who falls into the magical, colorful world of Bubblelandia after a day full of meetings and deadlines. Dragonfish, seahorses, starfish, mermaids, and other enchanted denizens of this surreal underwater world take Mr. B on a journey where fantasy becomes reality.

If a magical journey through a psychedelic underwater fantasy land sounds like your idea of a great night out, you can currently get tickets for 50% off through Goldstar.com. All it takes is an email address or Facebook account, and you can start getting big discounts on Dallas-Fort Worth events like this enchanted underwater journey.

B – The Underwater Bubble Show will be performed at the Eisemann Center for Performing Arts on Sunday, March 10 at 5:00 pm.

The Eisemann Center for Performing Arts is located at 2351 Performance Drive, Richardson, TX 75082. For more information call 972-744-4650 or visit the Eisemann Center website.