The World's Funniest Bubble Show at the Marsh Berkeley
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The last date listed for The World's Funniest Bubble Show was Sunday January 6, 2013 / 11:00am.
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Don Reed's East 14th: True Tales of a Reluctant Player returns to The Marsh Berkeley. This hilarious and poignant solo show tells the autobiographical story of Reed's boyhood in 1970s Oakland. He grew up torn between his strict, churchgoing mother's upbringing and his admiration for his enigmatic father -- who happened to be a pimp. An off-Broadway hit, East 14th was nominated for two 2008 NAACP Theatre Awards. Reed has performed, written and directed in film, television and theater across the country and was the longtime opening act/warm-up comedian for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Learn More
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Felt like Louis Pearl was improvising from start to finish. Unfortunately young kids were invited to sit up front and they dictated the pace of the show as they repeatedly screamed "do it again, do it again" each time he did something.
Quotes & Highlights
“The hit of the day…a fringe favorite.” —The Guardian, UK
“Every child is fascinated by bubbles … Astounded faces filled the audience.” —ThreeWeeks.com
Louis Pearl is The Amazing Bubble Man! In 1980 Louis discovered a toy called the Bubble Trumpet. In learning how to demonstrate and sell this toy on the streets of Berkeley, he stumbled upon a slew of magnificent bubble tricks. Twenty-six years later, Louis’ show has evolved into a wild ride through the art, magic, and sometimes even the science of bubble-ology. He has performed shows all over the world, including 3 years of sold-out shows at the month-long Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
At this year’s Fringe, Louis and his bubble show gained live musical accompaniment by accordion player and vocalist Jetty Swart. The result is a new enchanting brew of breathtaking bubbles and bubbly music, creating a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts.