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"I look around: The little ones aren’t the only ones at the mercy of the barrage. Dads, moms, teens, grandparents—the entire audience, in fact, has fallen under the spell of cascading bubbles. The air is filled with oohs, ahhs, and giggles. Suddenly I realize I’m part of this awestruck chorus…I’m just as smitten as everyone else." Full Review
"Jaded New Yorker though I may be, I was mesmerized by the bubbles, engaged by the performance; enthralled by the lights; and thrilled at my son’s joyful ooh’s and ahh’s as he leapt out of his seat to grab at the glistening magic. I loved all that – almost as much as my 4 year old. Who knew there could be so much joy in a roomful of soap?" Full Review
"When a gazillion bubbles are showered upon an audience filled with adults who think "The Gazillion Bubble" show is just another bit of clever entertainment for little ones, the kid in everyone suddenly emerges and the only thing you'll find yourself exclaiming is, "There must be a gazillion bubbles in the air." What a jaw-dropping sight." Full Review
"This much might be said for the “Gazillion Bubble Show”: It is unusual.This might also be said: It is uninteresting...The “Gazillion Bubble Show” is one bubble after another. And while a couple of minutes of bubbles are fun, an evening of them in various sizes and shapes, from froth to rainbow — even when colored by lights and lasers— is too much of a not-very-engrossing phenomenon." Full Review
"In its second year of soapy artistry, The Gazillion Bubble Show presents a fantasy world that hinges on the mystical allure, aesthetic pleasure and spirited promise of precarious pockets of air. While it’s undeniably kooky, the show is a welcome change of pace for kids who are constantly inundated with overtly commercial, Disney-esque entertainment." Full Review
"Every trick is a treat to watch. The kids watching often yelled out “wow!” and “holy cow!” and sometimes it is hard to restrain yourself from exclaiming out loud as well. The music, lights, and videos that supplement the bubbles make it a real show, but don’t distract from the beauty and awe of the bubble mastery." Full Review
"We have been going to a lot of shows recently since the holidays- Disney on Ice, The Harlem Globetrotters and most recently, The Gazillion Bubble Show. If you have just one show to pick, hands down, this was the one!" Full Review
"No. The Gazillion Bubble Show is not “theater”; it is pure spectacle. It is exuberant, full of every child's bubble dreams, but on steroids. If I could count the number of bubbles that were created in each show, I imagine it would be more than a gazillion, but as I can't, we will happily go with their count." Full Review
"The Gazillion Bubble Show definitely hits that old saying: fun for kids of all ages. We went in a bit skeptical, but walked away satisfied. After all, the promise is fairly explicit: there will be bubbles, and lots of them...As a way to spend an hour, the Gazillion Bubble Show is cute and entertaining. As a family event, it’s ideal." Full Review
See it if You like whimsical, colorful and fanciful shows produced for children. Kids are invited to participate. They love all the bubbles.
Don't see it if You don't like to be around kids who are noisy and exuberant.
See it if you have young kids that love bubbles,or you love bubbles! Cute family show.My nephew loved it ,he was brought on stage and given a prize.
Don't see it if you dont like bubble play,want to take the kids or like audience participation.
See it if You like bubbles, have kids, your kids like bubbles, you want to be entertained, don't mind bubbles in your face. You can let kids have fun.
Don't see it if It's a show for KIDS. Not all kids will be chosen to go on stage, this can be problematic if your kids gets easily angry. Bubbles are soapy.
See it if you want to see a family friendly show for kids that is entertaining and has a short run time. great show to see with small children.
Don't see it if you are looking for a plot, want live music. you want a show with a longer run time that has character development and an overarching theme
See it if If you're an adult that wants to feel like a kid again.. & / or... If you're an adult who wants to give a kid "The Treat of a Lifetime" ;~)
Don't see it if If you don't like the idea of a Gazillion Bubbles (literally) in your face during the show.
See it if You are taking a young child who loves bubbles and spectacle but cannot (or doesn't like to) follow a cohesive narrative.
Don't see it if You want a show that tells a story or delivers a message. You don't want to get soaked in bubble solution or get bubbles in your eyes.
See it if Just looking for something fun to do for an hour. Brings the kid out in you. I went with my son, he loved it . Seeing him laugh made my day.
Don't see it if Its not anything epic. If not with children or not in the mood to see something a little childish, do not go.
See it if You like mindless, clever, instantly forgettable, immersive Vegas -style shows; have kids or small town visitors to entertain
Don't see it if you're looking for something with substance; you're irked by a charming & talented performer who is also relentlessly self-promoting
See it if You want to spend a delightful afternoon with children who will have a unique experience.
Don't see it if You do not want to be entertained by different bubble tricks. It is very juvenile, but entertaining.
See it if Definitely meant for kids, so a great choice for families. Fun, spectacular bubble and laser tricks. Melody Yang is engaging & charming.
Don't see it if First 2-3 rows get a better, interactive experience with the bubbles; I felt kinda bad for those sitting further away. Don't expect a plot.
See it if you're entertained by the wonder of simple things like bubbles. Reconnect with your inner child at a show that makes playtime into artistry
Don't see it if being in an audience full of young children drives you crazy. This is bday party and family outing central so be warned.
See it if You have children between the ages of 3 to 8 because they will be truly entertained. The show is interactive and fun for the little ones.
Don't see it if You don't want to connect with your inner child or youre expecting a story and don't like getting bubble juice all over you.
See it if You need to entertain a youngster and don't want to be bored out of your mind in the process. It's painless, fun, and kids adore it.
Don't see it if You don't have a child in tow. Borrow someone else's if you don't have access to one and go.