When:
July 25, 2015 – July 26, 2015 all-day
2015-07-25T00:00:00-04:00
2015-07-27T00:00:00-04:00
Where:
Patterson Park Pool
148 South Linwood Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21224
USA
Cost:
$10
Fluid Movement Presents: “Goldblum: The Water Ballet” A Spiritual Journey through Jeff Goldblum’s Acting Career @ Patterson Park Pool @ Patterson Park Pool | Baltimore | Maryland | United States

Everyone knows and loves Jeff Goldblum, from his star turns in such films as The Big Chill, Earth Girls Are Easy, The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Fly, and Jurassic Park to his ever present persona in every corner of every television.

Ever wondered what it would be like to be inside his head? Well, this is the summer for you! Fluid Movement, Baltimore’s beloved performance art troupe, puts the “trippy” in trip with its 14th annual synchronized swim spectacle, “Goldblum: The Water Ballet,” which imagines a fictional Jeff Goldblum’s spiritual journey through his own acting career, in public pools with choreographed swimming and pounds of glitter. This year also marks the second annual night show, with transformative lighting elements added to the performance.

Founded in 2001, Fluid Movement is a Baltimore-based performance art group that juxtaposes complex subject matter with delightful and unexpected mediums. We create art that is accessible, and often educational, for audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Our performances are created for urban spaces, in Baltimore and beyond. We encourage a sincere understanding and appreciation for city life and city dwellers through our work. In this summer’s production, approximately 90 Baltimoreans will appear in the show as swimmers, actors, puppeteers, and crew.

Show dates and times:

Patterson Park Pool, 148 S. Linwood Ave Baltimore, MD 21224

July 25 7pm and 9pm [night show]

July 26 5pm and 7 pm

Druid Hill Park Pool, 800 Wyman Park Dr Baltimore, MD 21211

Aug 1 5pm and 7pm

Aug 2 5pm and 7pm

Tickets are $10 for all shows except Aug 1 5pm [special $5 show]. To purchase tickets or for further information, please visitwww.fluidmovement.org