"It was really cool. My teacher asked me and a couple drummers to come, it was really nice to meet them," said high school student, Chelsea Catlone.
But the Blue Man Group performers weren't the only ones taking center stage.
The afternoon workshop gave some students a chance to jam out with the performers.
"My heart was racing and I get up there and he plays this beat, and it's a simple beat and I'm like oh no I'm going to mess up," said high school student Aaron Bliss.
"It was awesome, I just connected with other people, really got into that groove you know," said Catlone.
While the students enjoyed learning new tips on the drum, the feeling was mutual with the Blue Man Group performers.
"When I was growing up the scope or the possibility to be a working performer as a job, as a career wasn't there and it's always nice to share our joy and enthusiasm with kids and hopefully inspire them to do stuff like that," said "Blue Man" Bhurin Sead.
Seeing the performers was an inspiration for high school senior, Aaron Bliss, who says he's love to be a Blue Man in the future.
"If I could, if I had the opportunity, yes I would try out, I would do whatever I needed to," said Bliss.
So for all the hopefuls like Aaron, the Blue Man himself has some advice.
"Just go for it. Get experience with everything from music to acting. The more experience you can have non related to Blue Man, the better," said Sead.