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When Blue Man Group comes to town, there's no telling what might go down

7:03 AM, Oct. 21, 2013
Blue Man Group brings its sight and sound experience to the Weidner Center this week for three shows.
Blue Man Group brings its sight and sound experience to the Weidner Center this week for three shows.
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What happens at a Blue Man Group show is anybody's guess until you've witnessed it for yourself, but there is at least one thing Mike Brown promises you won't see when the touring phenomenon arrives Monday at the Weidner Center.

Three heads painted green and gold instead of blue as a color-coded nod to the iconic trio's three-night residency in Green Bay.

"The Blue Men can't change the color of their head,'' said Brown, who has been a member of the elite brotherhood for 10 years. "But I think we will try to work a little bit of Green Bay into our show.'' ...

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