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Blue Man Group


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Just announced that they are going to add Toronto as the 6th city that Blueman Group will perform in! They should open in the Summer of 2005. See more trivia »

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 2015/I Spare Parts (performer: "Guerrero (Can't Stop Now)" - as The Blue Man Group)
 2011 90210 (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Project Runaway (2011) ... ("I Feel Love", uncredited)
 2008 Space Chimps (performer: "Macarena", "Do You Want To Rock" - as Blueman Group)
 2003 R-Type Final (Video Game) (performer: "Piano Smasher")
 2003 Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (performer: "The Current")
 2002 Blue Vinyl (Documentary) (performer: "PVC IV", "DRUMBONE", "Utne Wire Man")
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Trivia:

Founded in the late 80s by long-time friends Chris Wink, Phil Stanton and Matt Goldman. They began making public appearances as "Blue Man Group" on the streets of New York City as well as in performance art spaces of the East Village. Some of those pieces, as well as others developed with musical collaborators Larry Heinemann, Ian Paice and video designer Caryl Glaab, were used to create a show ... See more »

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The members never speak, sing, nor make any vocal sounds on stage

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