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We Try To Get The Second Ever Blue Woman Into the Blue Man Group

Green with envy. Red with anger. Colors express emotions–and blue used to be, well, sad. (Or, maybe, sexually frustrated, wink wink.) But not anymore. Now Blue is just kind of … weird, thanks to the Blue Man Group. But that’s emphasis on man. This big-stage favorite hasn’t really been coed, with the exception of one blue woman in the late 1990s. So Fusion correspondent Arielle Castillo decided to change that–by pleading for an ad-hoc audition for herself. Check out how she fared, and the inner life of a blue man (or blue person).

Shot by Gabriel Morales
Edited by Jesse Swinger

We Try To Get The Second Ever Blue Woman Into the Blue Man Group

Green with envy. Red with anger. Colors express emotions–and blue used to be, well, sad. (Or, maybe, sexually frustrated, wink wink.) But not anymore. Now Blue is just kind of … weird, thanks to the Blue Man Group. But that’s emphasis on man. This big-stage favorite hasn’t really been coed, with the exception of one blue woman in the late 1990s. So Fusion correspondent Arielle Castillo decided to change that–by pleading for an ad-hoc audition for herself. Check out how she fared, and the inner life of a blue man (or blue person).

Shot by Gabriel Morales
Edited by Jesse Swinger

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