Los invito a este evento que se hace en varios paises del mundo y que aqui en Seattle ya lleva varios años. Este evento esta en otros grupos de meet up, entonces va a haber bastante gente, detalles abajo:
The "No Pants Subway Rides" have been happening in major cities in the US since 2002. This year I'll be leading this event since the past organizer has moved.
Emerald City Improv is proud to announce that we will again be having the No Pants Light Rail Ride, our 5th annual! Take off your pants, ride the light rail, and pretend that everything is normal! This year's event will take place on Sunday, January 12th. The No Pants Subway Ride is an annual global event started by Improv Everywhere in New York in 2002. You can find out more about them atwww.improveverywhere.com and more about Emerald City Improv atwww.emeraldcityimprov.org
TO PARTICIPATE YOU'LL NEED TO:
1) Take your pants off on light rail
2) Stay in character and don't say what's going on (keep a straight face- or at least try!). It's fun to try and create a character and reason you don't have pants (e.g. You just arrived on a flight at SeaTac and the airlines lost your pants, so you bring a suitcase to complete your character)
3) Wear non-offensive underwear
4) Pay your fare. This is the only fee for the event.
5) Bring a small bag or backpack to put your pants in during the event.
WHERE TO MEET:
MEET AT WESTLAKE PARK at 4TH AVE AND PINE ST, at the arch across from Westlake Center. We will meet here at 2PM, and the event will run until 4:30pm. As in past years, we'll try to arrange a post-event meet up for food and drinks. Check back here for more info on location closer to the date of the event.
You may NOT wear any revealing or "skimpy" clothes. If deemed too revealing, we will ask that you put your pants back on. This includes thongs, jock straps, ass-less chaps, whitey-tighties that can be seen through etc. Please use common sense. You are responsible for obeying the law.
ABOUT PHOTOGRAPHY AND VIDEO:
We know it's super tempting to take tons of photos of you and your friends and your new friends and the guy wearing the cute pirate boxers, but please try and refrain from doing so. The event works so much better when everybody stays in character. There will be plenty of people taking pictures. If you're a photographer or videographer and would like to volunteer to photograph or film the event, please contact [masked]
Previous No Pants Light Rail Rides, where you can see photos and videos of what happens: