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Master bubble-wrangler takes audience participation to new level

MIDDLEBURY — Bubble rainbows with people inside. Audience members making volcano bubbles. Gigantic bubbles that blow their own bubbles. What’s not to love?
See the newest, funniest, zany spectacular from world-famous, Guinness Book of World Records-holding, master bubble-wrangler Jeff Boyer, as he takes bubbles to the max with big bubble flair. Mixing comedy, music, and interactive bubble-magic, Boyer engages and delights audiences of all ages and is bringing his show to the Town Hall Theater in Middlebury on Feb. 3. Come be a part of this uniquely interactive show where the audience participates in the creation of art. It’s a sensory-friendly bubble extravaganza for the whole family.
“We adore Jeff! He does such amazing things with bubbles — things that defy physics, really,” said THT operations manager Haley Rice. “Just unbelievable. Don’t miss your chance to see him. His show is so much fun and kids love it!”
So who is this guy?
Boyer is an internationally acclaimed pioneer of highly interactive community-based bubble performance. Put that on a business card. A variety artist with over 25 years of entertainment experience, specializing in inclusion and diversity performance, he seamlessly engages audiences beyond language, cultural, age and ability barriers. His dynamic style galvanizes communities.
Boyer launched Jeff Boyer Productions in 1999 and began creating bubble shows in 2005. His experience with school groups led him to raise audience participation to a new level. The evolution of this unique inclusiveness and interactive art separates his show “Bubble Trouble” from other bubble shows, thrills audiences and builds lasting community among performing arts center’s patrons.
Come for some fun this Sunday, Feb. 3 at the Town Hall Theater in Middlebury. There will be two shows, at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. Tickets are $10 for kids, $20 for adults plus fees. The show runs approximately 45 minutes. Tickets may be purchased at townhalltheater.org, by calling (802) 382-9222, at the THT box office (Monday-Saturday 12-5 p.m.) or at the door an hour before show time.

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