Jeff Boyer’s Big Bubble Bonanza will be on stage at the Fairfield Community Arts Center on Friday, Jan. 24 at 7 p.m. CONTRIBUTED
Photo: GABRIEL CARDONA
Photo: GABRIEL CARDONA

The ‘Big Bubble Bonanza’ is coming to Fairfield this week: How to go

Imagine bubble rainbows with people inside, audience members making volcano bubbles, gigantic bubbles that blow their own bubbles and much more as part of Jeff Boyer’s Big Bubble Bonanza.

It’ll be at Fairfield Community Arts Center on Friday, Jan. 24 at 7 p.m., part of the EnterAct Series of family shows. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for children ages 12 and under.

“Jeff Boyer’s Big Bubble Bonanza is comedy, music, and he does all sorts of interactive tricks and games with bubbles. It’s almost magical what he can do with them. People end up in bubbles, he fills bubbles with smoke, and all kinds of cool stuff,” said David Sheldrick, marketing specialist for Fairfield Parks and Recreation.

Boyer, master bubble wrangler, has been engaging and educating audiences since 1993 and launched Jeff Boyer Productions in 1999, wowing audiences internationally with bubbles, science, and comedy. He began creating bubble shows in 2005. Boyer studied acting at SUNY Watertown and the Boston Shakespeare Company, which helped to bring his skills and calling into focus.

“Jeff grew up loving bubbles and physics,” Sheldrick said. “The show will be fun, and it appeals to audiences of all ages. He brings kids and their parents on stage, and it’s very interactive.”

This is the first time Boyer has performed at the Fairfield Community Arts Center. The show is appropriate for all ages and is also sensory-friendly. Fairfield Community Arts Center hosts a variety of concerts and shows through four distinct series: Fairfield Signature Sessions, One Stage Series, Wine, Women & Song, and the EnterAct Series. The EnterAct Series was created for families.

“I have three kids. They’re going to have a blast, and I’m going to have a lot of fun. Everybody is going to love this show,” Sheldrick said.

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