Author Archives: Improv in Toronto

Upcoming: Subway Dance Party 2012

May 13th, 2012 | Posted by Improv in Toronto in Completed Missions - ()

When: Saturday, June 9th at 3:00 pm, Sharp! (Over by around 5:00pm)
Directions: Walk directly south from Museum Station until your reach a statue of a horseman on a hill.
Bring: Subway fare and a portable music player

Everyone is invited to participate in Improv In Toronto’s 6th Annual Subway Dance Party.

This is a silent dance party on the subway.

Please bring your OWN MUSIC on an ipod, mp3 player, walkman or what have you. NO BOOMBOXES (these are illegal on the subway)

When we get on the subway we will start dancing one by one, until the whole train is dancing (seemingly to no music).

Scavenger Hunt Results

May 13th, 2012 | Posted by Improv in Toronto in Completed Missions - ()


Thanks to all of you who came out to the Toronto Wide Scavenger Hunt. The top teams this year were:

1st: Dream team              115 Points

2nd: Black t-shirt            111 Points

3rd (Tie): No edge           110 Points

3rd (Tie): Scarbarians   110 Points


Toronto Pillow Fight: Bunny Edition

April 16th, 2012 | Posted by Improv in Toronto in Completed Missions - ()

For the second year in a row, we have teamed up with Newmindspace to bring you the Toronto Pillow Fight.

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At precisely 8:03 pm there was a countdown from 10 and then mayhem ensued. (more…)

Upcoming: Flashmob Proposal

March 26th, 2012 | Posted by Improv in Toronto in Upcoming Missions - ()

We have been approached to help with someones proposal! And we figured why not. So we wrote a song, which we’ll all be joining in, and singing!

Listen to the song:

The event will be quite similar to our Best Busker Ever event. You can see the video for that, here
Imagine this. They will both be going out for lunch. While eating they are approached by a man with a guitar, asking if they would like a song. He gets both their names

He begins singing. Talking about when they first met, and the memorable moments in their life so far. At this point she’s very confused at how he knows these things.

As the song builds, more and more people join in. Everyone from the surrounding tables, people from the streets, etc. A the song gets to the end, he gets down on one knee. (more…)

Upcoming: Toronto Scavenger Hunt 2012

March 26th, 2012 | Posted by Improv in Toronto in Upcoming Missions - ()

Everyone is invited to participate in an all out, team oriented, exciting race: The 3rd Annual Toronto Scavenger Hunt!
Here are the details for the hunt!

When: Saturday, May 12th at 3:00 PM, Sharp!
(Event will be over around 6:00 PM)
Where: Meet at Nathan Phillips Square, the north side of the skating rink.
What to bring: A backpack, a metropass/day-pass, digital camera, and about $10 for certain tasks.
Wear: Durable and comfortable clothing, running shoes.

How it works!

We will be meeting up at Nathan Phillips Square at 3pm. Please be on time. Feel free to be early.

-We will be creating teams (with team names!) Each team will be made up of between 6-8 people. If you come alone, we’ll be sure to find you a group, and if you come with friends, don’t worry you can stay with them!

-The scavenger lists will then be handed out. The list contains tons of items found in the downtown core of Toronto. Some are physical items you will need to find, others will be pieces of information, and some might even involve tasks.

-Depending on the difficulty of the items on the list, they will all have been awarded point totals. The harder they are to find, the more points they will be worth.

After two hours of searching, we will be meeting back up at Nathan Phillips Square to tally the points!

Let the scavenge begin!

RSVP to the Facebook event page Here

Best Busker Ever

March 6th, 2012 | Posted by Improv in Toronto in Completed Missions - ()

On Saturday March 3rd, some people walking along Queen st. in downtown Toronto saw a few people with signs offering to sing a personalized song. Then, in front of Old City Hall there was man with a guitar and a microphone. That man was Oliver Bailey.