March 28th, 2016 07:59 EST
Flashmob Brings Train Ride to Life with The Sound Of Music
"Passengers on an Australian commuter train were treated to a flashmob-style surprise when they were serenaded by the cast of The Sound of Music.
Riders on a Brisbane train Thursday afternoon pulled out their phones and started to record when a young woman began singing `Do-Re-Mi` from the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical.
A video posted to Facebook by Allport Millinery shows a group of children on the train were revealed to be participants in the stunt as they one-by-one stood up and joined in the song.
The woman and children were revealed to be the cast of a touring production of The Sound of Music that is currently showing in Brisbane."
When you`re commuting on a subway train you expect to be serenaded by a drunk, or have to put up with loud rap music, but who would have thunk that a subway train would be alive with the sound of music?
Some very fortunate subway riders were treated to a flash mob surprise when they were serenaded by the cast of the Sound of Music. It`s usually rank amateurs who arrange and perform in these flash mob impromptu concerts, not professional singers.
I bet those fortunate passengers were humming this song the rest of the day:
Doe, a deer, a female deer
Ray, a drop of golden sun
Me, a name I call myself
Far, a long, long way to run