Q&A with Bhurin Sead from the Blue Man Group
Q: Tell us why you are excited the Blue Man Group is stopping in Tempe.
A: I'm definitely excited about our time here in Tempe. It’s a nice treat to be performing at universities. There's always a great energy and buzz in the city that carries over into the shows.
Q: Besides performing will you have time to explore Tempe/AZ? If so, what do you plan on doing?
A: We usually have our mornings and afternoons free, so there will definitely be lots of biking, running and exploring. It’s great that Tempe has bike lanes available, makes exploring easier. I like to seek out local restaurants and farmers markets in my time off. I feel like you can grasp a lot of a city's culture through their food.
Q: Have you ever performed at ASU Gammage in the past?
A: I've never performed at Gammage before. We just did our first show last night and it's a beautiful space. The crowd really enjoyed themselves.
Q: What’s your favorite part about being a part of Blue Man Group?
A: My favorite part of being part of Blue Man Group is the opportunity to be creative on a daily basis. Being a character that doesn't speak challenges us to think of new ways to stay engaged while telling a clear story, whether it's through the music or moments of stillness. We're constantly on our toes and reacting to the moment which allows us to live in it each night.