Archive for September, 2010

Free Advice

September 22nd, 2010

Our newest mission!

Over two whole days a small group of us moved around the city of Toronto with a small booth advertising free advice!
We received tons of questions and support from a variety of people.

It really was awesome, interacting with people and in many cases helping advise them on some important things.

Check out the video below, and please make sure to comment/like/subscribe.

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Real Life Rick Roll

September 21st, 2010

What will you be doing: Participating in a completely choreographed dance routine to “Never Gonna Give You Up”
When & Where: October 9th 2010. Meeting at 10am in the parking lot of the Brampton Go Station near Mill and Church (north west side)
Who: You and any of your wonderfully talented or not so talented friends!
What to Wear: Any 80s looking attire!


This just in! There has been a leak that at around 11am, the band on stage of the Brampton Farmer’s market,  at the corner of Main and Queen, will attempt to sneak a jazz rendition of Rick Astley’s Never Gonna Give You Up, effectively rickrolling the crowd, and Improv in Toronto has decided to join in and double the fun!

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We will be meeting at 10am at the parking lot at the GO station, at the corner of Mill and Church. During this time we will go over the dance once or twice, admire each others outfits and go through some last minute on how we’re planning on invading the band.

At 10:45, we’ll disperse, moving to the intersection of Main & Queen or the Rose Theater, and hiding amongst the crowd. And once the band starts up “Never Gonna Give You Up”, we dance.

Other Side Notes:

~ The dance and instructional video will be presented on the night of September 28th on
~ There is also a farmer’s market going on in the area, making hiding that much easier, also making the trip worthwhile. Who would say no to a fresh pumpkin pie just in time for their thanksgiving dinner!
~ This mission is a little more “Top Secret” then our usual, we want to make our shock factor that much bigger.

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