We saw Blue Man Group on Saturday night. That was a great show! The Complex Tour took place at KC's StarLight Theater outdoors. It had rained ALL day but by 4pm the rain stopped ...the sun came out..and all was a perfect setting for the show. Tracy Bonham opened the show with a short set. Classically trained in Violin, she ripped a rendention of Led Zepplin's Cashmere that woke the restless crowd! Next up was Venus Hum. They kicked up show with some hyper charged Synth rythmns and electronic drum beats. The angelic vocals reminded me of Bjork meets the Chemical Brothers! Superb. Had a chance to meet them after the show. She is so sweet and cute! Blue Man hit the stage at 9pm. But kept the waitng audience busy with interactive scrolling L.E.D. message boards prior to the stage show. This had the audience laughing and screaming with one another. With the lights down the familar PVC drumming began! The audience cheered. The silouttes of three Blue Man played against the house sized white sheet. As the drumming escalated...the guitars and synths kicked in...then the curtain dropped. From then on it was a roller coaster of music and wild typical Blue Man antics. Guest vocalist from Venus Hum, Tracy Bonham and the Blue Man keyboardist delivered titles from the new Complex album. With snippets from Led Zep, The Who, Devo and a full length psycadelic trip with Jefferson Airplanes' White Rabbit...Blue Man proved not only were they percussionists...but they were hard core ROCKERS!!! If you have a chance to see this show coming to a city near you....don't dare miss it!!!