It's (Not) Showtime: Why There's a Crackdown on Subway Performers

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Rayquan Perez is a subway performer who usually dances on the 4 and 2 lines.

Arrests of performers on the subway have more than quadrupled this year, according to The New York Times. Transit reporter Matt Flegenheimer and crime reporter J. David Goodman explain how the arrests of dancers is in keeping with NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton's "Broken Windows" vision of policing, and take your calls on whether you think the performers should stay or go. Plus, Rayquan Perez, who dances with the group 2Live on the 4 and 2 lines, talks about what it's like to perform on the train. 

Highlight: Rayquan Perez Describes Subway Dancing