Submit Your Flashmob Video For a Chance to Win $500!!!

As part of neXt Company Theatre's commitment to providing insight into the identity of the people, places and creatures of the Niagara Region, we are inviting Niagrans to contribute their own flashmob videos to the Niagara Travelling Roadshow.

What is a flashmob?

A flashmob is a group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, perform an unusual and seemingly pointless act for a brief time ... then disperse, often for the purposes of entertainment, satire, and artistic expression.

What kind of videos is neXt Company Theatre looking for?

For the Travelling Roadshow, we are looking to showcase Niagara's talent and wonders by capturing spontaneous moments of cultural and artistic expression on video.

How long should the video be?

Flashmob videos should be kept short and sweet. Aim to keep your video between 3 - 5 minutes in length.

How will the winning flashmob video be chosen?

The public will choose the winner. The flashmob video on our YouTube channel with the most "hits" at the end of the contest will receive a $500 cash prize.

How do I submit my video?

You can contact us using the form below to tell us about your video or future flashmob idea. We'll be in touch with you and let you know how to send us your video.

I don't have a video camera but I have a really great idea for a spontaneous moment of culture. Can I work with neXt Company Theatre to make a video?

Pitch us your ideas. We are always open to artistic collaborations (if time and resources permit).

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Brock Congress 2014

  • "We just got home after attending the march and the battle re-enactment of Lundy's Lane and we wanted to tell you how much we enjoyed being a part of such a well-done event. Thank you for organizing this event and allowing the community to be involved as well. Everyone had a great time."
    - D. Smith, Niagara Falls


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