“You have to see it to believe it,” said the Washington Post about the performing group Artrageous. On November 6, come see it and believe it at Brigham Young University-Idaho at 7:30 p.m. in the Hart Auditorium.
Artrageous, an 11-member group from New Mexico, that combines painting, music, dancing, humor, and more to create one cohesive and unforgettable artistic performance.
The group, originally established in the 1980s, has performed in theaters throughout the country to communities and celebrities alike. Their decades of experience has allowed them to perfect and construct an entertaining show that captivates audiences through the use of pop music, black lights, illusions, bright colors, audience participation, and other exciting elements. They have created a performance that is “part art studio, part rock concert, and part creation lab.”
Artrageous’ artwork is on display in public and private galleries throughout the world, as well as at the end of each show. Audience members are invited onto the stage after the performance to view the art created during the show and meet the performers. Attendees are also invited to bring their personal artwork to display in the Artrageous art gallery at the end of the show.
Additionally, audience members can have their T-shirts, hats, and bags paint-splattered by the Artrageous cast in their custom “splatter zone.”
Tickets for the performance are $12 for the general public and $7 for BYU-Idaho students. To purchase tickets online, visit go.byui.edu/center-stage/art3. Tickets can also be purchased through the University Store Ticket Office or by calling 208-496-3170.