Occupy Broadway To Entertain and Protest
December 1st, 2011

Time for a new street! Occupy Broadway, a 24-hour performance at the red steps in Times Square, will start at 6 p.m. tomorrow and last 24 hours.

Organizers say, that “New York artists will introduce tourists and New Yorkers going to Broadway shows or shopping themselves into debt to the idea of occupation as CREATIVE resistance with non-stop free performances.”A bonus performance location will be announced by organizers tomorrow on occupybroadway.net.

Over 70 acts will participate in the performances including: The Working Groups of OWS, Mike Daisey, The Civilians, HERE Arts Center, Jenny Romaine and Great Small Works, The Foundry Theatre, The Church of Stop Shopping, Rude Mechanical Orchestra, NY Labor Chorus, The Yes Men, Ayo Jackson, April Yvette Thompson, The Living Theater, Bread and Puppet Theater, Tony Torn, Carlo Alban, Urban Research Theatre, Yolanda Kay, The Big Bank- A Musical, Rocha Dance Theater, Reno and Penny Arcade.

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