Bubblemania To Blow Carnegie Science Center Visitors Away
Nationally Recognized Show Features Thrilling Bubble Demos
PITTSBURGH — Traveling demonstration presenter Casey Carle is preparing to blow Carnegie Science Center visitors away with his hit show Bubblemania on Saturday, Oct. 2.
Bubblemania will take place at 11 am and 1 pm in the Science Stage. Each show lasts 30 minutes and features brilliant demonstrations on bubbles of all shapes and sizes. Using a special formula to create unusual bubbles—from bubbles that puff smoke when they pop to bubbles larger than a grown adult—Carle’s show teaches about the science behind bubbles, as well as mesmerizes and mystifies audiences of all ages. Bubblemania shows will be included with general admission.
Following each show, attendees will have the chance to add a Bubble Workshop for a small add-on fee: $3 for members and $5 for non-members. These workshops, aimed at kids ages 7 and up, will go into further detail about bubble science and allow participants to get hands-on with the special bubble solution Carle uses to thrill audience across the globe. The Bubble Workshops are open to people who have purchased general admission, and it is recommended that they attend the Bubblemania show prior to the workshop.
Workshop times are noon and 2 pm, each lasting approximately 40 minutes, and will take place in the Highmark SportsWorks® classrooms. Capacity is limited, and those interested should call to pre-register.
Videos and still images of Carle’s Bubblemania show are available on his website.
About Casey Carle
Casey Carle was born one of 10 children and grew up in Green, N.Y. He graduated with honors from S.U.N.Y. Geneseo with a Bachelor of Arts degree in drama. Carle has worked professionally in theater both on and off stage since 1985. Bubblemania debuted in 1990. Carle has served as a consultant on soap bubble routines for Cirque du Soleil and has been featured on The Discovery Channel. He regularly performs across the United States and has traveled to Singapore, Mexico, and Japan to present Bubblemania.
About Carnegie Science Center
Carnegie Science Center brings the world of science alive for visitors of all ages. One of the four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, the Science Center features hands-on exhibits, three live demonstration theaters, a four-story Omnimax theater, Highmark SportsWorks®, an interactive full-dome digital planetarium, a Cold War-era submarine moored on Pittsburgh’s Ohio River, the world’s largest and most comprehensive robotics exhibition, and a world-renowned model railroad display. Carnegie Science Center is located at One Allegheny Avenue on Pittsburgh’s North Shore next to Heinz Field. Visit CarnegieScienceCenter.org, or call 412.237.3400 for more information.
About Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh
Founded by Andrew Carnegie in 1895, Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh is a collection of four distinctive museums dedicated to exploration through art and science: Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Science Center, and The Andy Warhol Museum. In 2009, the museums reached more than 1.2 million people through exhibitions, educational programs, outreach activities, and special events.
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