Adults and children will enjoy the magical story of how Mr. B gets transported from his hectic and stressful life to the beautiful underwater world of Bubblelandia.
The audience will relate to Mr. B’s life that is both over-booked and over-connected. Haven’t we all wanted, like Mr. B, to be able to stop time to take a breath and daydream? The Underwater Bubble Show gives you that chance.
Along with Mr. B, the audience will experience an escape into a world filled with bubbles of all shapes and colours. Seahorses, dragon fish, starfish, mermaids, clown fish, and even a massive whale guide Mr. B through his imaginary journey which teaches him to appreciate the things in life that matter. Mr. B’s escape to Bubblelandia allows him to slow down and simply marvel at life’s beauty.
Inspired by the artistry of Cirque du Soleil, the show is produced by Latvian production company Brinum-X. Italian director and performer Enrico Pezzoli, along with performer Dace Pecoli combine imaginative minds to create a fascinating bubble world. Pezzoli’s many direction credits include the Riga (Latvia) 800 Years Celebration and a segment of the closing ceremonies for the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia.
The Underwater Bubble Show is an extravaganza of soap bubble artistry, mime, contortionism, puppetry, juggling, sand art, laser technology and theatrical magic. Snow cannons and soap bubble tornadoes are among the highlights that bring added excitement.
Many opportunities for audience participation fill the highly interactive show. With no spoken dialogue, the performance is further enhanced by the original music of Latvian composer Valdis Zilveris, along with stunning costumes and make-up.
The Underwater Bubble Show takes the Hammerson Hall stage at the Living Arts Centre, 4141 Living Arts Dr., Jan. 3 with shows at 12:30 pm and 4:00 pm. Tickets $26.00 – $39.00. For information: http://tinyurl.com/lacbubbles.