If any of you reading this are super-villains, then you’re in luck! If you’ve always wanted to control people with the push of a button or the flick of a switch, you can finally do that. The catch is that you have to be in New York City and it has to be around Christmas time.

At the corner of Carmine and Bleecker in the Greenwich Village Historic District in Manhattan, Improv Everywhere decided to put on quite the Christmas magic show. By flipping a cartoonishly huge light switch, passers-by could control the light display and the people in this small park. It attracts lots of smiles, and proves to be especially fun for the children.