Blue Man Group has been around for years. When I lived in New York (ca. 1992) I had the opportunity to see it when it first came out. Yet it wasn't till last night that I finally got around to seeing it. And I loved it!
Blue Man Group is the one of the most bizarre forms of theater I have seen to date. The commercialization of it, which dissuaded me over the past decade or so from seeing it, does no justice. Blue Man Group breaks the third wall - that ethereal barrier between audience and actor - with brilliance. It's interactive, funny and entertaining. And while there's really no plot to follow each one of the "Blues" has unique characteristics that endear you to them.
I was one of the first picked out of the audience to partake in the fun. I went home with blue stains on my hands from one of the actors holding up my hand as the audience cheered for my getting 3 out of 3 pieces of chocolate into the mouth of one of the Blues. He later spit them back out in my palm; quickly followed by a stage hand bringing me a sterilized wipe. It was all in the name of fun and I enjoyed myself.