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B. Underwater Bubble Show

B. Underwater Bubble Show

I recently took  my grand daughter to see Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo Live! at the Gallo Center for the Arts.  I found out that she was going to see B. Underwater Bubble Show a few days later with her mommy. When I found out I was off from work that night, I asked where their seats were located at.

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When I looked on-line for tickets, there was only one ticket left in the same section. It was exactly one row forward and one seat to the left. It was so meant to be!

underwater bubble show

It nice to see local businesses like Prime Shine Car Wash supporting the arts! Thank you Prime Shine!

underwater bubble show

The Show begins with Mr B. being stressed out by all his gadgets and needing to get away. He is transported underwater and that is where the real fun begins.

underwater bubble show

You are taken underwater via laser lights and fog. It actually looks like water moving above your head but when you reach for it, it is just a little out of reach.

Early in the show, the children nearby could be heard asking why there was no talking. Eventually they understood that Bubblelandia is about looking around and daydreaming.

underwater bubble show

B. Underwater Bubble Show is like “Cirque du Soleil” for kids! But with bubbles of course!underwater bubble show

There was underwater sea life,  acrobats, rhythmic gymnastics, illusionists, sand artists, tons of bubbles, entertainers in the isles, performers on stilts,  giant clear beach balls in the crowd, audience involved blanket waves, more bubbles, and so much more. The costumes were bright and colorful. The music was whimsical. Towards the end of the show a contortionist who made the crowd go wild!

The show was just the right amount of silliness for the kids yet artistic enough for the adults.

 

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At the end of the night, the cast came out front to meet their adoring fans. The first person my grand daughter ran to was the contortionist.

In my grand daughter’s review she talks about the touching the beach balls in the crowd and about doing the blanket wave.