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Blue Streak 

You can't escape the Blue Man Group. It's everywhere, whether its drumming on Regis Philbin's head or upstaging Moby at the Grammys. Tonight, the boys in blue play the Q. "You're blown away by what you see, and yet you can't describe it," says tour producer Paul Emery. The performance group's latest music-enhanced show, How to Be a Megastar, revolves around a celebrity-making manual that the Blue Men get their hands on. "It's all very tongue-in-cheek, getting more absurd as they climb the next rung," says Emery. "Everyone is so obsessed with the game and the strategy of becoming a star. They all want the fairytale."
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