There are a whole bunch of other events and, or course, a party.
NYC WTD Flash Mobs
Create a Spectacle in NYC
A flash mob (or flashmob) is a large group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform an unusual act for a brief time, and then quickly disperse. In paying homage to our WTD compatriots in Chicago, the NYC WTD Coalition will be assembling the following Flash Mobs on Saturday, March 27th.
- The Message directed by Amanda Feldman
A poetic reading of the International Theatre Messages.
- Join us in Song directed by Kyle Ancowitz
Performed by the cast of Glee Club a Matt Freeman play currently being produced at the Access Theater, everyone will sing the chorus together with one united voice.
- All the World's a Stage directed by Alex Mallory
A play on Shakespeare's famous phrase the mob will split up and encourage everyone to take part in a simple call and response.
- Zip Zap Zop directed by Tom Wojtunik
We will storm a NYC park to play everyone's favorite theatre game, with a crowd this big; it should be quite a sight.
- [UNTITLED] directed by Amanda Joshi
It's so awesome; we can't even describe it.
- Cheers to You directed by Morgan Gould
Just what it sounds like, a thunderous round of applause.
- The Kiss directed by Isaac Byrne
We will recreate the famous photo of a nurse kissing a sailor times one hundred.
Flash mobs can be amazing fun; creating a public spectacle and a piece of performance art. Want to be a part of one of these exciting and fun events? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know.
For more information or to get involved, contact us at email@example.com
And that message? The U.S. version is by Lynn Nottage. You might have heard of her. And it is awesome.
Official NYC WTD Event
NYC WTD Coalition Celebration & Networking Event
Time: 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: The Houndstooth Pub, on the South East corner of 37th Street & 8th Avenue
Description: Come mix and mingle with fellow theatre artists who care about international theatre projects both in the NYC and abroad. Hear a dramatic reading of the International Message.