Algorithm March

September 11th, 2009 | Posted by Improv in Toronto in Completed Missions

The Algorithm March is a song with an associated dance based on the Japanese children’s television series PythagoraSwitch. The song itself is a round, with one voice singing a line and another voice echoing that same line shortly after, continuing until the song ends. The dance follows the same pattern.

Done on PythagoraSwitch, the dance is the focus of a whimsical and entertaining skit. Done in the middle of Toronto’s Kensington Market with onlookers not having a clue what they’re seeing, that’s another story. Many looked on with perplexed gazes, maybe even fear, while others were amused and even applauded at the end.

Scroll down to watch us perform the Algorithm March.

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