by popular demand, Blue Man Group returns to Detroit's
Fisher Theatre from April 21-26, 2015. Three bald and blue
guys create a kaleidoscope spray of airborne paint while beating
on drums. What I thought was interesting was, this was an
interactive show which picks a person out of the audience,
dresses him in a one-piece painters jumpsuit, then paints
him with blue paint from head to toe, then hangs him upside
down and swings him onto a canvas. I know it sounds silly,
and even more hard to explain. Can you picture this? You just
have to see it for yourself. Another act was catching flying
colored gum balls and spewing them on canvas to create a picture.
They look at things in a unique way and express themselves
in an even more unique way. A live band, whose tribal rhythms
help drive the show to its climax, accompanies the Blue Man
than 150,000 book lovers descended on the University of Southern
California campus for the 20th Annual Los Angeles Times Festival
of Books. It featured more than 540 authors, 34 poets, 16
musical performances, 13 food trucks, 11 artists, nine stages
and three movie screenings. Actor Jon Cryer made a bet with
his publisher that he couldn’t get a book deal. Low
and behold, he lost the challenge and had to start writing.
His book, “So That Happened: A Memoir” includes
a section on working with Charlie Sheen on the hit CBS sitcom
“Two and a Half Men.” “It is about surviving
a truly strange business for 30-plus years,” Cryer said.
“It started out as a wild ride and only got wilder as
my career went on."