A Dallasite Created A Crazy Digital Vaudeville

Mikey Abrams asked 50 friends to join his online cabaret. In less than a week, 20,000 had joined, posting performances and making requests.

By Jerome WeeksMarch 30, 2020 10:00 am, , , , ,

From KERA:

Humans want contact, want to express themselves – especially during a quarantine. Many have gone online — and found a kind of digital vaudeville where they can lip-sync, tap dance or let their dogs howl. Welcome to the Quarantined Cabaret.


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