What to do in Oklahoma on Sept. 21, 2012: See Blue Man Group at Oklahoma City's Civic Center Music Hall
Today’s featured event:
See Blue Man Group at 8 tonight, 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday, 2 and 7 p.m. Sunday at the Civic Center, 201 N Walker.
Created in 1991 by Chris Wink, Philip Stanton and Matt Goldman, Blue Man Group is an innovative form of performance art. The performers wear bald skull caps that cover their ears and most of their faces. The remaining area is coated with blue greasepaint.
“When you’re in full makeup, it helps you get into the head space of the characters and the show,” Blue Man Group performer Kirk Massey told The Oklahoman‘s Fine Arts Editor Rick Rogers.
“We call it ‘getting bald and blue.’ We also share dressing rooms which allows us to hang out and bond with each other.”
To read more of Rick’s interview with the Blue Man, click here.
For more information on the Oklahoma City shows, go to www.celebrityattractions.com.
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