The Big Felafel



Chanukah Time! Flash Mob in Jerusalem

In case you’ve been following my tweets you may have noticed that I’m obsessed with Improv Everywhere and the whole idea of going into places and doing random things to surprise strangers and cause a scene. Every time I’m in the central bus station or supermarket in Jerusalem, I just want to break into song and dance or freeze in place like they did in Grand Central Station in New York City or Tel Aviv’s version.

I finally got my chance to partake in a flash mob last Friday at Jerusalem’s popular hangout spot, the midrachov/Ben Yehuda St.  Nefesh B’nefesh organized the mission, taught us the dance, and now, released the official video. Enjoy and Happy Chanukah!!

And if you still want more, here’s the Making of the Flash Mob Video.

Here are some of my other favorite Improv Everywhere videos:

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  1. * Molly says:

    Couldn’t find you! I’ll keep trying!

    | Reply Posted 7 years, 11 months ago
  2. * Chaim Zvi says:

    Ha ha! I was googling to find the flash video for chanukah of the dancing candles (for Nava, not me) and was surprised to see the Big Falafel come up near the top of my search. That was funny!

    | Reply Posted 7 years, 10 months ago
  3. * DancingKim says:

    Howdy, i’m a professional dancer. i would like to make a showreel intended for my promotions. I also prefer to use some animation. Can someone suggest me a great animation studio, but possibly not very expensive? I’m here for 3 months for a tour.
    Love
    Kim.

    | Reply Posted 6 years, 5 months ago


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