It takes a lot to make a good flash mob these days. You can’t just rely on people being surprised by them, because odds are, they won’t be. You need to have something people can really enjoy, something that stands on its own merit.
Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami’s recent flash mob at a game between Miami and Virginia Tech started off looking like an ordinary dance squad doing their thing. But soon the crowd realizes what’s going on, and as dancers, doctors and patients all get into the groove, you can’t help but feel that positive energy. The smiles on the patients really tell the story.