Museum Dance Off 5: The Last Dance
The Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garret is participating for the second time in the Museum Dance Off Competition. This is the fifth and final annual international dance off competition featuring the upstanding professionals from museums, galleries, libraries and archives around the world showing off their best dance moves. Take a look here to see some of the AMAZING submissions from the Original Museum Dance Off 1, Museum Dance Off 2: Electric Boogaloo, Museum Dance Off 3: Tokyo Drift, and Museum Dance Off 4: A New Hope! And watch the trailers for MDO2, MDO3, and MDO4!
This event was organized by http://www.whenyouworkatamuseum.com and it is a shame that it will be the last one. Still, the Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garret is grateful for the opportunity to have some fun and to promote our space. Last year we danced to the tune of a tango (see it here) and this year we have moved to a more theatrical portrayal of the Addams Family Theme as performed by the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, which you can see below! We invited members of the public through this video to come to the museum and help us out. We would like to thank Holly Law, Garrie Powers, Giorgiana Vear, Ruth Von Yorks, and Samuel Hil for stepping up and helping us to create this fun video. We would also like to thank Sarah Corn, our director, for being an amazing Pugsley and Alice Homes, museum officer, for lending her hair to become Cousin It.
Now we need your support!
Last year we finished last and we would like to redeem ourselves. Please, like our video, share it, encourage your friends to do the same, and then vote for us on the 20th of April, 2018.
Here is how the voting happens:
-Visit http://whenyouworkatamuseum.com each weekday starting April 16 at 8am EDT and view that day’s videos. Please note that there is no voting on weekends.
-Vote for your favorite video.
-Encourage your friends to vote on Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook or whatever the kids are into these days using #MDO5
-Winners will be announced the next morning along with a new round of videos to vote on!
Remember: Anyone can vote, from anywhere in the world.
Voting for each pair will be open for 24 hours. All start and end times will be synced to the US Eastern Time Zone, because that’s where most of the Museum Dance Off organizers are based.
You can vote as many times as you wish. In event of a tie, voting will be opened for a special 2-hour window the next day to allow for a final voting push.
Voting begins on April 16th, 2018, but we are schedule to compete on April 20th, 2018. #MDO5 http://www.whenyouworkatamuseum.com/