To Do Friday: Bubblicious

Canadian bubble artist Yang Fan, who hasBubbles never lose their allure, even if we like to pretend, as we grow older, that they are only for children. The Gazillion Bubble Show, a 60-minute-plus paean to the beauty of bubbles that also takes place on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday and runs through December, will undoubtedly delight you whether you are a 7-year-old or a septuagenarian. Featuring lasers, crazy shapes and smoke, this feature bubbles with promise. As the show’s website puts it, if a bit cloyingly, Gazillion Bubble Show is an “unbubblievable” attraction.

New World Stages, 340 West 50th Street, (212) 239-6200, 7pm, $49.50-$69.50.

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