Grab your umbrellas! Human Fountains are performing their full length show!
As seen on America’s Got Talent, countless television shows around the world, the comedy trio invites you and your friends to come see a fountain show like you’ve never seen before!
“This show lifted physical theater to an entirely new level. They wasted no time to wowing the audience with their “human interpretation of the Bellagio fountains in Vegas.” The show was magical from start to finish, and told with amazing music and absolutely no words.” – Indie Voice Blog
Just when you thought you’d seen it all….” – PEOPLE
“This act was disgusting yes, but it was also morbidly fascinating” – Forbes
“Human Fountains’ show was creative, original, and hilarious! I highly recommend going to see them if you want a fun evening filled with laughter.” – Fringe Festival Audience Member
“Unique, Creative and full of Wonder, The Human fountains have created a gut busting show that has you laughing so hard, its hard to catch your breath! Without the use of any words the trio leads the audience through an unbelievable experience, filled with surprises, audience participation, and the purest form of Play. It’s the type of show you brag to your friends about, telling them “You have to go see these guys”! So don’t miss out… GO SEE THIS SHOW!” – Fringe Festival Audience Member
“I really enjoyed this show! It was hilarious and had me rolling from start to finish and it was truly unlike any show I’ve seen before. This unique and creative experience will have you on the edge of your seat not knowing what ridiculous thing you’ll be surprised with next. The audience interaction was thrilling and fun—really took the show to the next level! Y’all need to see this show. Plain and simple.” – Fringe Festival Audience Member
“I started following these guys on AGT… it was the weirdest thing I had ever seen but couldn’t wait to see what they’d do next. When I heard they’d be doing a Fringe performance I couldn’t imagine how they turn it into an hour-long show, but what they did was ingenious! Telling a story, engaging the audience, keeping everyone wanting more, all with zero words and a gross amount of spit and water… you can’t make this stuff up (and yet somehow they did).” – Fringe Festival Audience Member