January 2006
Contact Quarterly;Winter/Spring2006, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p33
The article presents information related to the developments of a dance mission titled "Improv Everywhere." It reports that the Improv Everywhere was created two years before the "flash mob." The agents of Improv Everywhere created a living moebius strip in the Astor Place Starbucks in New York City. The description of six major components of the mission's scene has also been offered in the article.


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