Improv Everywhere is a group that stages “happenings” in public places – from an elaborate wedding reception for a random couple emerging from city hall to having hundreds of people ride the New York subway system without pants. Their latest production is a 4’07” musical number they staged in a Queens, NY supermarket. It is charming and very funny — people continue to look for produce as a Broadway-style number is performed inches away from them. New Yorkers!
One caveat – YouTube now places ads on many of its videos. It is, apparently, impossible to defeat them so you may have to put up with one appearing on the lower half of the screen after 12″. Click the “X” icon at the top right of the ad to close it. It’s annoying & frustrating and it’s also capitalism at work.