E+E Showtime is proud to partner with University Libraries to host the annual Make Some Noise @ the Library event. In addition to food, activities, and music there will be a special screening of the documentary "We Cause Scenes: The Rise of Improv Everywhere." The event will take place at the at the Perry-Castañeda Library (PCL) Plaza. The event starts at 8pm, with the film screening beginning at 9pm.
From the film's website:
"Since their humble beginnings in New York City in 2001, Improv Everywhere has grown from a small gang of restless jokesters into an internationally recognized prank collective and a viral video-making machine. From the No Pants Subway Ride to Frozen Grand Central to the MP3 Experiment and beyond, their publicly staged scenes of chaos and joy are beloved by the hundreds who witness them, the thousands who participate in them, and the millions who watch and share the videos online. We Cause Scenes: The Rise of Improv Everywhere is the inside story of this groundbreaking group and its founder, Charlie Todd, who has turned the world into a stage, inventing an art form for the Internet age."
For more information, go to the University Libraries' event page: http://www.lib.utexas.edu/calendar/make-some-noise-library-film-screenin...