The concept of the flash mob is more or less performance art -- a group of people show up in a public area, blend in to the surroundings, and then on a cue, all begin to perform some kind of synchronized action. A while back I posted some awesome examples of it, that I called "Choreographing Real Life." Those included a group of people acting like zombies in Central Park, and a sneak-attack dance performance in Antwerp.
And, for your holiday viewing pleasure, today's Friday Frivolity features a surprise foodcourt performance of Handel's Hallelujah Chorus. It's awesome.
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There was another good one performed at a Macy's in Philadelphia, but I chose to feature the food court because its easier to tell who's surprised, and who's in on it. :) Enjoy, and happy holidays!
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