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105 minutes (Approx.)
Enjoy a performance of the legendary Blue Man Group, one of Chicago’s longest-running shows, at the Briar Street Theater. This worldwide performance troupe, whose hilarious and quirky show has earned them raves in cities around the world, has recently updated their performance with new technology. Experience the group’s gigantic tablet, the “GiPad,” as you enjoy the laugh-inducing antics, stunning visuals and high-tech stage show of this ever-changing, family friendly show. Your ticket purchase also includes a choice of seating options and show times.
Tickets to the Blue Man Group at Chicago's Briar Street Theatre
Check out the totally updated stage show of the world-famous Blue Man Group during this performance at Chicago’s Briar Street Theater. One of the city’s longest-running theater shows is totally updated with a fresh take on today’s technological age, featuring the same knee-slapping skits refreshed with 21st century technology.
The current performance focuses on the Blue Man Group’s new “GiPad,” a not-so-subtle reference to a famous computer company. The GiPad’s unique mix of colors and lights are to sure to grab the attention of kids, while adults are sure to love the show’s ever-savvy mix of social commentary and comedy. You’re also sure to enjoy the show’s blockbuster finale, culminating in a body-moving original score that’s sure to have you dancing in the aisles.
Please note: although Blue Man Group is known for its family-friendly appeal, the show is not recommended for kids younger than five. The theater’s box office or front-of-house manager will make decisions about admission for kids under the age of three. All kids, regardless of age, need a ticket and should sit in their own seat.
My daughter and I loved this experience! The show was highly entertaining and appropriate for all ages. I loved that we had 3 times to choose from on the date we planned to go.
We took the train from the suburbs and got a cab to the theatre, timing worked out perfectly.
No cabs around the theatre to get back to the station so we took Uber, that worked out great also.