Those of you who have attended one of my workshops might recall Improv Everywhere's Central Park experiment, where they got hundreds of people to zombie-walk across Sheep's Meadow before playing a huge game of Simon Says and Rock, Paper, Scissors. Well, they have been at it again.
On their latest "mission," they sent more than 200 people into a Home Depot in New York City to walk in slow motion and then freeze for five minutes. See the video.
Tip of the day: Consider how you might make use of street theater or other creative local people to stage experiences at your business.
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