At the New World Stages in midtown, a family-friendly extravaganza created by Fan Yang (holder of 12 Guinness World Records) wherein many bubbles are blown under hi-tech lighting.
From the producers: Using spectacular lighting, spell-binding lasers, and jaw dropping masterpieces of bubble artistry, the "Gazillion Bubble Show" has dazzled audiences of all ages around the world.
It is truly a family affair, featuring Bubble Superstars Fan Yang (creator), Ana Yang (wife), Jano Yang (brother), or Deni Yang (son), each taking you on their lifetime journeys with bubbles while amazing you with mind blowing displays of bubble magic.
Marvelous, mesmerizing and incredible, this amazing spectacle propels the audience into a delirious standing ovation, and will take you on a memorable journey of life time. It is simply UNBUBBLELIEVABLE! You have to experience it to believe it.
Audience Notes: Lasers and strobe lights are used in this show. Please be advised that clothing with sensitive fabrics (silk, leather, etc.) are not recommended in the theater due to gazillions of bubbles blowing into the audience.
You can watch the show's 30-second TV spot below.
What's New World Stages? New World Stages is a converted complex of movie theaters in midtown, about a block west of the Broadway theater district. Very well-apportioned, with excellent intermission bars and very comfortable seats, the theatres are relatively intimate in size.
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. The spectacle is an obvious amusement to youngsters, who extend their arms in excitement every time a bubble–big, small and even some inside other bubbles–float their way. The technical aspects of the show are a bit trite, but the overall performance is gratifying. Anticipate a few mishaps and retries (bubbles live by their own rules), which only makes the experience more authentic.
New York Times
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. Ms. Yang, whose resilient smile withstands even the deadpan of a child volunteered from the audience to hear a supposedly charming story, seems ceaselessly enamored of her bubbles. But the enchantment is not contagious.