“The Underwater Bubble Show,” a family-friendly story about our lives, will be presented at Harford Community College’s Amoss Center on Saturday, April 9, 2022 at 7 PM. We all know life can be gray or colorful – but this time, it’s going to be very colorful! Mr. B finds himself transported as if by magic to a special, colorful, happy place called Bubblelandia, a place to linger, to dream, to listen, to watch, to savor, and to marvel but, above all, a place to dream.
The “inhabitants” of Bubblelandia – seahorses, dragon fish, starfish, mermaids, clown fish and others – will carry Mr. B along his imaginary journey in this beautiful underwater world where fantasy becomes reality, and you are invited to follow him!
With some references and quotes from classics such as “Pinocchio,” “The Little Mermaid,” “Beauty and the Beast,” and “Peter Pan,” “The Underwater Bubble Show” is considered a modern fairy tale in which we can all find ourselves, without age limits.
Tickets are for reserved seating: Magic Circle $40 (w/photo opportunity), Premier $30, Orchestra $25, and Terrace $20. Please note: Everyone who enters the theater, regardless of age, requires a ticket. Purchase tickets and find more information here. No portion of the performance may be broadcast, photographed, recorded, taped or by any other means reproduced.
Harford Community College is committed to promoting the full participation of all individuals with disabilities at our events. For disability-related accommodations, please contact 443-412-2211 at least two weeks in advance. Require accessible seating? Wheelchair spaces are available in Center Row U, Row A in left center and right center. Please contact the Ticket Office at 443-412-2211 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Thank you for your support of our arts programming! We greatly appreciate your patronage as we navigate through this time.
For more information about this and other upcoming shows, call HCC’s Ticket Office at 443-412-2211 or email email@example.com
This show is supported by a grant from the Maryland State Arts Council.