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Even though bubbles are typically most enjoyed by those under 60 inches tall, Jeff Boyer makes magic out of soap and water, and can entrance anyone within sight. Boyer's traveling Bubble Trouble show combines the nostalgic fun of unpredictable high school chemistry experiments with just a dash of suspense -- he can juggle bubbles, encapsulate people in them, make volcanoes out of them and manipulate them into stand-alone Frank Gehry-esque sculptural structures. This is definitely a perfect show for kids, but parents won't be bored either.
Sat., Nov. 22, 11 a.m., 2014

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