BREAK DANCERS DO BALLET?

BREAK DANCERS DO BALLET?

Professional ballet performers go undercover as break dancers in Washington Square Park.
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For our latest mission, professional ballet performers pose as break dancers in New York’s Washington Square Park. The men hype up their tumbling routine to a gathered crowd before realizing they brought the “wrong music.” The crowd is surprised as they slowly realize the performer’s hidden talents.

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Created and Directed by Charlie Todd
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Produced by Deverge
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Music: by Tyler Walker
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Created and Directed by: Charlie Todd
Producers: Alan Aisenberg, Andrew Soltys
Associate Producer: Juan Cocuy
Camera: Lauren Murphy, Chloe Smolkin, Peter Steusloff, Christian Mortensen
Hidden Camera: Ilya Smelansky
Sound Mixer: Ken Barbera
Editor: Matt Braunsdorf
Assistant Editor: Danny Behar
Still Photography: Arin Sang-urai
Production Assistants: Danny Behar, Austin Poplin, Alex Romanski, Zak Roland
Field Day Director of Photography: Justin Ayers
Field Day MoVI Operators: Spencer Thielmann, Adam Nawrot
Field Day Assistant Camera: Sarah Harrison
Cast: Zultari Gomez, Stephanie Salts, Zachary Denison, Jason Rodriguez, James III.
Choreographer: Jun Lee

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20 Responses

  1. KD Kam says:

    It would’ve been better with rap music

  2. Improv Everywhere says:

    Also announced today– our next Mp3 Experiment will be taking place in NYC
    on September 18. Join our email list for details –
    http://improveverywhere.com/email-lists/

  3. Джейн Шепард says:

    boring

  4. Sabina K says:

    Improv everywhere videos always make me smile

  5. Blazing Shade says:

    As always, funny and interesting!

  6. Just Me says:

    These always make me really happy. :)

  7. mikeszko says:

    Chujowe ;-)

  8. Agent57000DM says:

    Someone’s been watching “Streetdance 3D”. :)

  9. PaintDanceLive says:

    Yay!
    Go Dancers!
    Next video idea: get people to dance while they’re waiting in various
    arduous lines,
    Life needs more random acts of fun!

  10. jurassicsushi says:

    2 Words +Improv Everywhere
    GOT EM!

  11. Fortune Finder says:

    Refreshing!

  12. IIClueless_ KII says:

    I like how the black guy just didn’t do anything and just posed right at
    the end. He’s just,”Alright, time to shine now!!” 

  13. KROME6200 says:

    Unsubb 

  14. glaidska says:

    This is just GENIUS!!!!!

  15. Lisa Chaney says:

    Great!

  16. Carmen M. says:

    I hope they realize girls are part of the act.

  17. Dimize says:

    anyone else notice the wierd guy walking by at 2:22 holding a shoebox with
    what appears to be a wire going from it to his cell phone?

  18. mark mcelroy says:

    Love this one!! The originality is great! :)

  19. Das Neko says:

    Cognitive dissonance the youtube video.MPG

  20. jigglypuff says:

    love this and your videos and all the effort you guys put in to making
    these!! would love to see more movies in real life :)