Blue Man Group is an award-winning global entertainment company best known for its creative stage productions around the world. It developed through collaboration among three close friends, Chris Wink, Phil Stanton and Matt Goldman on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, with its first formal production in 1991 at the Astor Place Theatre.
Blue Man Group currently has ongoing theatrical productions in Las Vegas, Orlando, Boston, Chicago, New York and Berlin, along with a North/South American Tour.
With 3,600 shows each year, over 35 million people have experienced Blue Man Group to date.
Blue Man Group has released five albums. The debut album, Audio, went gold and was nominated for a Grammy. The group has contributed to various film scores and performed with prestigious orchestras and philharmonics around the country.
Blue Man Group has appeared in advertising campaigns for prominent brands like Intel and is currently the face of TIM, Brazil’s second largest mobile phone company.
Blue Man Group toured the world with their wildly successful Megastar World Tour rock parody, hitting 100 US cities and ten countries abroad, and reaching 2 million fans.
The founders of Blue Man Group created an independent school in New York City called Blue School in 2006. The school is designed to reimagine a more complete, balanced and exuberant approach to education. It currently enrolls nearly 300 children, pre-school through 6th grade. A middle school expansion will continue through 7th and 8th grade by 2017.
Blue Man Group worked closely with the Boston Children’s Museum to develop a widely acclaimed national touring exhibit about sound called “Making Waves”.