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Disco Everywhere Takes Saturday Afternoon Fever to the Street

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The GuerilLA Improv crew were at it again this past weekend, and this time it was time to get down and get funky. "Disco Everywhere" was the theme of this spontaneous public performance, as costumed disco dancers moved through Downtown to strut their Saturday Afternoon Fever with their mirror balls and 1970s beats. They started and ended in Little Tokyo, and worked in stops at the Central Library (with headphones, of course, shhhh!), and on the Metro.

We've got some pictures from the festivities. You can see videos from the mission here.

Previous GuerilLA Improv missions:
Freezing Third Street Promenade
New Year's Eve in June