- Tickets to the Blue Man Group at Chicago's Briar Street Theatre
- Family-friendly show appeals to all ages
- Choice of several show times
- Experience new and innovative technology
The show features the Blue Man Group's 'GiPad,' a giant tablet, for several aspects of the show. The lights, colors and spectacles fascinate kids, while adults enjoy the humor and social commentary of the Blue Man Group.
Despite the all-ages appeal, the Blue Man Group is not recommended for children under five years of age. It is up to the box office or front of house manager's discretion to admit children under the age of three into the theater. All children must have a ticket and sit in their own seat.
The pulsating new finale features an original Blue Man Group music score that will have you jumping to your feet.
Reviewed by Brian E, April 2013
This was a great show!!! Very creative and different than the norm... it had artsy elements... funny parts... and lots of music. My 9 year old son loved it too... Content was very kid friendly... the only * being sometimes the show was based on reading screens and he had trouble keeping up... so I just read him the text where needed. But he definitely enjoyed it and was laughing. It's an interactive show with some audience participation... Which made it even more fun. The music is fun but if you or especially your kids have sensitive ears bring a little cotton because it can get loud... Both my son and the little girl next to him were covering their ears a couple of times... But we're smiling too.
The seats were great... The price too.
Just print your voucher and show up at the theatre-- for the Briar street theatre in Chicago there is no "tour"... Goto the box office and exchange your vouchers for your actual tickets... No muss no fuss... They'll have your tickets waiting for you.
If you sit in the first 8 or so rows of seats you need to wear a poncho to protect your clothes... But it's provided on your seat.
Reviewed by ANGEL RAJAN S, January 2013
Good Performance. Lots of crowd involvement. More suited for a teen audiance though