Because you all know of my love for choreographed dance moves, I'm sure the following revelation will come as no surprise to you. I am a huge, huge, huge fan of musicals.
There's just something so optimistic about a world where people break out into song and dance to express their feelings. Sadly, my own personal hell was God giving me such a love for musicals and then not giving me a singing voice to go with that love. Singing voice or not, I still belt out every word to every song in Grease (right down to 'There are Worse Things I Could Do.') A mere mention of anything Oklahoma related will have me spouting off about waving wheat and surreys with the fringe on top. And my love of musicals had me roller skating in sparkly clothes (a la Xanadu) through the park in 40-degree weather many years ago for a high school film class project. That, my modern friends, is dedication to the genre.
Now, I'm guessing most of you are familiar with the genius that is Improv Everywhere, an improv group that plans out public missions that create often strange or awkward situations but end up being hilarious. Like the no pants subway ride. Or when 3/4ths of the people in Grand Central Station froze at the exact same time.
The point of this post is this: Improv Everywhere did a musical. A grocery store musical. That appears to be about fruit ... but on second thought, maybe it's about something else ;)
I love how they manage to find the stoner to talk to after the musical's concluded. He probably thought the fruit were singing.