It is best to make sure that other staff members know the routine before it is carried out so they know what they are required to do.
Two staff members stand on stage facing each other. One then begins jumping up and down and singing “Do you know the Muffin Man, the Muffin Man, the Muffin Man? Do you know the Muffin Man who lives on Drury Lane?”
He then stops, stands still, and tries to keep a straight face as the other then begins jumping up and down and singing “Yes, I know the Muffin Man, the Muffin Man, the Muffin Man. Yes, I know the Muffin Man, who lives on Drury Lane.”
The two people then link arms and dance around in a circle singing “We both know the Muffin Man, the Muffin Man, the Muffin Man. We both know the Muffin Man, who lives on Drury Lane!”
They then stop and look at each other for a second until one of them says, loudly and suddenly “Wait a minute…we need more people!” He then starts yelling a countdown, starting at five, while both of them run out into the audience and stand in front of a staff member, who would stand up at this moment. (They stay where they are, do not bring them up to the stage)
When the countdown reaches zero, the two initial staff members would jump up and down and together sing “Do you know the Muffin Man….” The second set of staff members would then respond properly and both groups would hook arms with their partners and sing “We all know the Muffin Man….”
The same staff member again shouts “We need more people!” and the four staff members would run farther into the audience, this time including campers and parents and whomever else they liked.
This would commence until more than half of the audience is standing and dancing, then it would be best to end it before people find themselves lonely and without partners.