Hi everyone! Long-time lurker, just recently rediscovered my password and the like. Anyhow! This coming Friday, the Mississippi Museum of Art will be hosting an interactive viewing of Labyrinth. The description of the event is as follows according to the museum's facebook posting: Get lost in the world of The Labyrinth. Sing out loud with David Bowie in this Jim Henson fantasy romp. Heather Henson, daughter of Jim Henson, provides all the goodies that you need to become a goblin inside the Labyrinth. Blow bubbles, dodge Ludo's rocks, throw heads with the Fire Gang. So join Heather and company in this live costumed performance with dimensional environmental elements on this journey through the labyrinth.Audience members are encouraged to attend in costume and to participate in singing, tossing and shouting. Come early and get your food and beverages in The Palette Cafe by Viking. This event is geared more towards adults -- children will be allowed and should also enjoy it, but it is more for adults." Now, I am a huge fan of Labyrinth (I even wrote a research paper about the film for my Intro to Philosophy class), but I have never attended an interactive showing of the movie. The closest I have come to anything of this nature is a showing of The Rocky Horror Picture Show (and we all know how THOSE are) at my college, but I'm pretty sure Labyrinth is going to be a bit different. My question is, has anyone ever attended an interactive showing before, and if so, what was it like?