There’s not much (or any) story to the Gazillion Bubble Show—everything you need to know is right there in the title. World renowned “bubble artist” Fan Yang and wife Ana have traveled the globe perfecting what they affectionately call “bubble artistry,” meaning you and yours are in for a filmy, floating, family-friendly spectacle. Lights, lasers, music and a variety of tools come together to create a theater’s worth of the show’s namesake object, including square bubbles, bubbles within bubbles, “dancing” bubbles and a host of equally exotic soapy orbs of all sizes (including some big enough to fit a human). The spectacle climaxes with a deluge of popable air globules that number, if not in the gazillions, then at least somewhere close.
Yangs Daughter, Melody, explains how the show transports audiences and the fun ways kids interact with the bubbles. She talks about the Magic and the Effect the Show Has on Younger Audiences
Melody Yang, one of the stars of off-Broadway’s Gazillion Bubble Show,