Douglas Anderson School of the Arts’ Issue-Based Theatre students participated in a Flash Mob during lunch to honor the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Theatre instructor Bonnie Harrison coordinated the Flash Mob. Students around the cafeteria froze in place before suddenly standing and creating a tableau that brought attention to the values which Dr. King advocated.
Students were able to sign a banner which read, “We Have a Dream.” They wrote messages on the banner describing their own dreams and motivations. Several student participants stood up to display words such as ‘equality,’ ‘justice’ and ‘coexist.’
Several news stations were present at the Flash Mob as the students paid tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in an interesting manner.