Mike Brown, left, and Adam Zuick of the Blue Man Group put a Jefferson High School student through his training at the school on Friday. Photo by John Moore. To see our complete gallery of photos showing The Blue Man Group’s visit to Jefferson, click here.
Three members of the Blue Man Group spent time on Friday, Oct. 10, visiting with students at Jefferson High School in Edgewater.
The trio demonstrated what they means when they say the completely non-verbal Blue Man Group mean when they call their performance “painting with sound.”
The visiting BMG — Mike Brown, Adam Zuick and Music Director Jesse Nolan — demonstrated some of the musical instruments the BMG play, a few of which are their own inventions.
Zuick explained that the BMG put on their famous blue painted masks as a way of removing the invisible masks we wear in our everyday lives.
The class in attendance is led by Jefferson High School Spanish Teacher and World Languages Chair Grace C. Lopez-Aliaga.
The Blue Man Group are only here in Denver through Sunday, Oct. 12. Photos by John Moore and Emily Lozow.
Blue Man Group
Remaining shows: 7:30 p.m. Saturday, 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday
Age recommendation: 4 and up
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Adam Zuick demonstrates just how different his intentions appear when he walks up an aisle … versus when he walks over a crowd of high-school students in their setas. Photos by John Moore.
To see our complete gallery of photos showing The Blue Man Group’s visit to Jefferson, click here. Photos by John Moore and Emily Lozow.