Today at The Clinton: Sunday, Feb 26

Today At The Clinton Street Theater

THE AMAZING BUBBLE MAN

Showtimes

Sunday, Feb 26
11:00am
Saturday, Mar 18
11:00am, 2:00pm
Sunday, Mar 19
11:00am, 2:00pm
Saturday, Apr 1
11:00am
Sunday, Apr 2
11:00am

SPRING SHOWS SCHEDULED!! COME SEE US FOR FAMILY FUN!

Bring kids and grandkids to the Clinton Street Theater and give them a treat they'll never forget--The Amazing Bubble Man!

Doors open at  10:30am for the 11am show; 1:30pm for the 2pm show.

Photo by Patrick Stull.

Purchase ADVANCE TICKETS HERE.

THE AMAZING BUBBLE MAN

Louis Pearl has been thrilling audiences around the world for nearly 30 years with the art, magic, science and fun of bubbles. He is a favorite at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where he has enjoyed eight years of sell-out success.

Louis explores the breath-taking dynamics of bubbles, combining comedy and artistry with audience participation and enough spellbinding bubble tricks to keep everyone mesmerized. From square bubbles, bubbles inside bubbles, fog-filled bubbles, giant bubbles, bubble volcanoes, tornados and trampolines to people inside bubbles, the Amazing Bubble Man conjures shrieks of laughter and gasps of amazement from all ages. 

"Greatest bubble show on Earth." - SFGate.com

"It's a fantastic show. Louis Pearl playfully forms bubbles beyond imagination, and engages the audience with his easygoing nonverbal slapstick."

"Louis Pearl - aka The Amazing Bubble Man - truly deserves his title. Most of the show is accompanied by gasps and awes...and that's just the adults. Kids can be heard giggling with excitement."

"This show captivated its young audience and the adults loved it as well. Highly recommended." 
–British Theater Guide.

Special Admission

$10 adults and $6 children under 12 in advance; $11 and $7 at the door.

 

DYING LAUGHING

Showtimes

Sunday, Feb 26
7:00pm, 9:00pm
Wednesday, Mar 1
4:00pm
dying-laughing-2016-russell-peters

Though the engaging documentary treads through unavoidably familiar territory ... its chorus of testifiers often find sharp new angles of approach. Like the jokes they hone, many of their insights arrive with the impact of well-crafted punchlines. -- Sheri Linden, Hollywood Reporter

Read the review in its entirety HERE.

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DYING LAUGHING
Director: 
Lloyd Stanton, Paul Toogood
Country: 
United States
Year: 
2016
Runtime: 
89 minutes

Whilst painters, writers, musicians even dancers are talked about as Artists, stand-up comedians are often regarded as mere entertainers - yet their work has possibly more direct effect on an audience than any other art form. These are social and cultural commentators who at their best can change the way we think about important matters whilst making us howl with laughter. A stand-up comedian must be the writer, the director and the star performer, and unlike any other performance there is no rehearsal, no practice, no safety net, the stand-up can only work in front of a live audience - with feedback being instantaneous and often brutal. For most people baring their soul to then have an audience boo or heckle them would be a life-changing trauma, for stand-ups it's a weekly challenge. DYING LAUGHING is a unique glimpse into the agony and ecstasy of performance along with an singular examination into the day-to-day life of a professional stand-up.

General Admission

Pay what you like     (more info)

DYING LAUGHING

Showtimes

Sunday, Feb 26
7:00pm, 9:00pm
Wednesday, Mar 1
4:00pm
dying-laughing-2016-russell-peters

Though the engaging documentary treads through unavoidably familiar territory ... its chorus of testifiers often find sharp new angles of approach. Like the jokes they hone, many of their insights arrive with the impact of well-crafted punchlines. -- Sheri Linden, Hollywood Reporter

Read the review in its entirety HERE.

dyinglaughing_27x40_keyart_v1_small
DYING LAUGHING
Director: 
Lloyd Stanton, Paul Toogood
Country: 
United States
Year: 
2016
Runtime: 
89 minutes

Whilst painters, writers, musicians even dancers are talked about as Artists, stand-up comedians are often regarded as mere entertainers - yet their work has possibly more direct effect on an audience than any other art form. These are social and cultural commentators who at their best can change the way we think about important matters whilst making us howl with laughter. A stand-up comedian must be the writer, the director and the star performer, and unlike any other performance there is no rehearsal, no practice, no safety net, the stand-up can only work in front of a live audience - with feedback being instantaneous and often brutal. For most people baring their soul to then have an audience boo or heckle them would be a life-changing trauma, for stand-ups it's a weekly challenge. DYING LAUGHING is a unique glimpse into the agony and ecstasy of performance along with an singular examination into the day-to-day life of a professional stand-up.

General Admission

Pay what you like     (more info)