I'd like to make one of the action scenes in my planned novel to involve a choreography to a medley of various real world songs, similar to the Ocean's Twelve Laser Dance scene(video below), obviously using a different situation. I'm currently undecided on what the situation will be, though given the book is intended to be absurdist comedy sci-fi it's probably going to be something weird, like Homer Simpson eating chips in the space shuttle.
The problem I have is that such scenes work well in movies and TV shows, because you got sound and visuals there that lines up perfectly through good editing, but I'm worried that in a novel, this is going to fizzle because reading is inherently sequential. You can't describe the music and the actions at the same time and make it come across in the same way as in a movie or TV show. And while I think you can work around that somewhat by saying what song the medley switches to and at what point it picks in, it's still going to interrupt the action. Also, if the reader isn't familiar with a particular song, they're going to be less able to interpret the scene properly.
Is there a way to make this type of scene work?