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that sounds crazy, but delicious

August 27, 2010

This morning, I discovered that I have 39 draft posts in various stages of readiness – some mostly written, some just a spark of an idea or simply a link.  From that pile, here is something lighter than yesterday’s post to round out the week.

Enjoy the weekend – if you find yourselves at the grocery store, you know what to do.

Improv Everywhere has done it again, with a mini-musical in the produce aisle.

The poeple they interview at the end are great – curious and wondering:

life… they turned life into a musical

but basically non-plussed by the whole thing:

just something spontaneous… I guess they do this here

They sure don’t do that at my grocery store.  I love the creativity and joy that Improv Everywhere brings to public spaces.  Chalk up one more reason to live in NYC.

If you are into spontaneous musicals, that is.

(hat tip to Guy Kawasaki and the Holy Kaw team – follow @alltop for headlines)

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Catherine permalink
    September 8, 2010 2:33 am

    I love the idea that ANYONE can do this. This could be me or you (and 4 kooky friends, one of which would have to be Elizabeth). I also like that they carried on despite some grump-o-stares.
    Creativity on its own is great, but it can also be political… I saw a great retooled lady gaga dance number done as a protest at a hotel that had some crummy labour practices. Awesome!

  2. Jet permalink*
    September 9, 2010 3:18 pm

    You are absolutely right: ANYONE can do this. But that hadn’t occurred to me. At all.

    Let’s do it! Let’s get some kooky friends and/or family members (one of which would DEFINITELY have to be Elizabeth) and just do it. Wait – I can’t sing. NO, really. There would be more than grump-o-stares involved. But I can organise and scope locations and write and I can film shit happening.

    When you get back (I mean back for reals, not just for short visits) let’s do it. Put it on your 2011 calendar!

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