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Topic - Blue Man Group
Blue Man Group is a creative organization founded by Phil Stanton, Chris Wink, and Matt Goldman. The organization produces theatrical shows and concerts featuring music, comedy and multimedia; recorded music and scores for film and television; television appearances for shows such as The Tonight Show, Las Vegas, Scrubs, FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman, and Arrested Development; and a children's museum exhibit ("Making Waves"). All of the organization's appearances star a trio of performers called Blue Men, who appear to have blue skin and no voice, hair, or ears. - Source: Wikipedia
At the Las Vegas airport, the Blue Man Group can sail through security, but too much of their signature makeup can't.
Katie Holmes has decided what her first major acting project will be since announcing her divorce from Tom Cruise: Broadway.
A new version of the popular Blue Man Group show is opening on the Las Vegas Strip this fall as another one ends its run at The Venetian.
A new version of the popular Blue Man Group show is opening on the Las Vegas Strip this fall as another one ends its run at the Venetian.
In the 20 years since they became a performance art sensation, the Blue Man Group has taken its men with blue heads on the road to stages in New York, Las Vegas and Europe. The trio is now headed to center stage in the classroom.
In the 20 years since they became a performance art sensation, the Blue Man Group has taken its men with blue heads on the road to stages in New York, Las Vegas and Europe.