Gazillion Bubble Show New York Tickets
Gazillion Bubble Show
Bubbles abound at the Gazillion Bubble Show on Stage 2 at New World Stages in Manhattan. Kids will thrill to the magical shapes and sizes, one after another and one inside of another, set to music and accompanied by state-of-the-art lasers. Audiences learn colorful facts and facets about these floating marvels. They’re not just a favorite childhood past time anymore. The New York show features spinning, bouncing and smoking bubbles as well as bubbles within bubbles, square bubbles and more.
The Gazillion Bubble Show is performed by the Yang family. Parents Fan and Ana, Fan’s brother Jano Yang as well as the Yang children, Deni and Melody, all take part in the shimmering fun. The Yangs have performed around the globe, from Washington State and Canada to Australia, and major cities across Europe and Asia.
Fan and Ana assembled the current show from more than 20 years of performances that combine science and showmanship with a commitment to elevating the shimmering creations to an art form. Among the couple’s accolades is an Artist of the Year honor for Fan and The World’s Greatest Female Bubble Artist for Ana. Both hold Guinness world records for their bubbly magic, most notably Fan’s accomplishment of encasing a nearly 2,000-pound elephant in a single bubble. In Beijing in 2009, the Yangs created a bubble wall with one 167-foot bubble. Other Guinness records include “The Biggest Spherical Bubble” and the “Most People Inside a Bubble.”
You may have seen the Yang family on television as The Gazillion Bubble Show has been featured on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Fox & Friends, The View, CBS Sunday Morning and The Today Show, just to name a few.
New York Tickets
The Gazillion Bubble Show appears at New World Stages, located near Manhattan’s Theater District. New World Stages has all the up-to-date technology of the big stage but offers the cool, off-Broadway atmosphere of an intimate theater.
New World Stages is hosting Avenue Q in another theater. Check out all the productions going on there and purchase your tickets at StubHub. The StubHub Advantage FanProtect™ Guarantee backs every order.
Bubbles are made of tiny molecules that attract to each other, forming a tight surface tension.
A bubble pops because of its water-based composition, which evaporates in dry air. When dry air hits the skin of the bubble, the skin gets thinner and thinner until it disintegrates altogether.
The splash of color created when light hits a bubble is due to the distortion of the light waves when they reflect off the bubble’s soap-film layers.
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