If you’ve spent any time at all beneath the streets of New York City, you’ve probably been an audience member (willingly or unwillingly) to some sort of subway performance. There’s the man whose drumming echoes throughout the platform, the dancers who seamlessly make their way throughout the subway cars and the soulful piano player who somehow managed to lug her instrument down the paint-chipped stairs. And then there’s Thomas C. Knox and his project, Date While You Wait. Knox doesn’t want your money, your praise or your affection — though the name of his project may suggest otherwise. He’s simply offering you the chance to connect with someone while you wait for your train to pull up…

If you’ve spent any time at all beneath the streets of New York City, you’ve probably been an audience member (willingly or unwillingly) to some sort of subway performance. There’s the man whose drumming echoes throughout the platform, the dancers who seamlessly make their way throughout the subway cars and the soulful piano player who somehow managed to lug her instrument down the paint-chipped stairs.

And then there’s Thomas C. Knox and his project, Date While You Wait.

Knox doesn’t want your money, your praise or your affection — though the name of his project may suggest otherwise. He’s simply offering you the chance to connect with someone while you wait for your train to pull up.

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