STL Improv Anywhere Founder & Director, Mallory Nezam, led a 2-day workshop with The Contemporary Art Museum's New Art in the Neighborhood program this spring 2012. The students were exposed to performance-based intervention work in public space and practiced improvisation techniques using improv games. The students came up with a creative concept to execute in a local cafe. They constructed music-playing devices out of found objects and art supplies, entered a cafe utilizing these objects, and then all slowly started to "tune into the same song" and began singing "We Will Rock You" (Queen). One-by-one these unsuspecting cafe-goers (the students) started joining in, eventually joining a line that sang it's way out of the building.