We just got word that maybe, perhaps, probably a flash mob-ish type of event is happening at SF MOMA tomorrow at noon. Check it:

hey I wanted to let you know that my friend [name removed to protect dancer] is doing a modern ballet duet on friday at noon in the lobby of MOMA. It is kind of a guerilla performance - no approval from the museum, no music, no lighting - just two people dancing around in public while innocent bystanders go, what the #@*k?

If you're around the whiter side of Third Street tomorrow, be sure to check it out. And, as always, take plenty of pictures--especially when security escorts them off of the premises. And join in if you can. (Don't know how to dance? Then, please, let Miss Donna McKechnie act as your muse.)

Update: The choreographed spontaneity is reportedly a part of National Dance Week, which starts tomorrow. And tomorrow from noon to 1 p.m. you, SF public, you are asked to "dance anywhere." This is the day you pay. In sweat.

Thanks to the tipster who sent this to us.