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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Renee Rolleri
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.
"It's really just part of the child's profile," Ms. Rolleri said.
"Within six months after we started, there was so much momentum and interest from our community we realized we needed to keep moving," said Ms. Rolleri, who has studied art therapy and child development.