Siro-A is a Japanese performance group that fuses mime, laser effects and electronica music to produce an amazing sight and sound show. They’re making their big American debut on America’s Got Talent on the season 10 premiere (May 26, 8pm, NBC).
Although the 14-member group is often compared to Blue Man Group, Siro-A member Toshiya Arai told IBTimes UK: “We were trying to create something that never existed before. Siro means ‘white’ or ‘neutral’ in Japanese, and the letter ‘A’ commonly refers to ‘John Doe’ in Japan. Our latest performance concept is about humanism, exploring a fusion between high tech and analogue.” America’s Got Talent airs Tuesdays at 8pm on NBC.