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Review: Blue Man Group shakes its groove thing

9:39 AM, Oct. 22, 2013
Many of the Blue Man Group's iconic routines were seen Monday night at the Weidner Center. They included the precision firing of paintballs into the mouth of one Blue Man, who spit them back out to great artistic effect on a canvas, as seen in this August performance in Sydney, Australia.
Many of the Blue Man Group's iconic routines were seen Monday night at the Weidner Center. They included the precision firing of paintballs into the mouth of one Blue Man, who spit them back out to great artistic effect on a canvas, as seen in this August performance in Sydney, Australia.
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Would it sound too shallow to say the best moment of Blue Man Group comes when the audience is given the command, via a highly creative, ridiculous and rapid-fire barrage of slang, to shake its booty?

OK, good, because that's "rump ... keister ... badonkadonk ... mud flaps ... sonic boom ... sit biscuit ... launch pad ... wiggle crowns ... bun puppets ...'' And that's before it digressed into things like Minneapolis and St. Paul and George Foreman Grill.

It certainly brought everyone to their feet for the big dance party finale on Monday, the first of the theatrical group's three nights at the ...

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