The Amazing Bubble Man Mixes Art, Magic and Science
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The last date listed for The Amazing Bubble Man was Sunday March 2, 2014 / 3:00pm.
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Actor/comedian Steve Martin's contemporary adaptation of the classic comedy The Underpants is a laugh-out-loud satire on bourgeois manners and customs that reveals 1910 to be just as naughty as today. When stuffed-shirt government clerk Theo's young wife accidentally has her panties fall down in public, Theo fears a scandal and financial ruin and the lavish amount of male attention his wife suddenly receives. The incident attracts two suitors wanting rent the spare room in the couple's flat. Neither Theo nor his wife are prepared for the slew of surprises the two tenants bring with them. Learn More
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Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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We loved it! My whole family had a great time. They even called my daughter on stage. She was thrilled to be a part of the show. I would recommend this show to any and all families. My 14 year old even thought it was cool.
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About the Ticket Supplier: Edgemar Center for the Arts
Theatre, dance, music, film, and visual arts come together in one place. Students and seasoned professionals perform side-by-side—their work is a culmination of workshops, rehearsals, and collaboration across disciplines. This is the purpose and the realization of a Center for the Arts. Nestled between a cafÃ©, salon, retail shops, and an annex of the Museum of Contemporary Art store, Edgemar Center for the Arts is the anchor of the Edgemar complex on Main Street in Santa Monica. The interior courtyard provides a hub for activity and a cross-pollination of artists, businesses, residents and visitors to this beachside destination. The complex is a stop on the tour of local gems designed by architect Frank Gehry.