When Ray asked us if we could do something special for his proposal to his fiancee we knew exactly what to do. We called our old friend Oliver Bailey (you might remember him from the Best Busker Ever) and asked him to write a song for a flashmob.

Ray getting mic'd up for the big event


On June 9th for the sixth time (thanks Torontoist for keeping track) we held our annual Subway Dance Party.

Here’s how it worked.

Everyone met at Queens Park at 3:00pm for a quick dance warmup led by Benny

Then we all walked to museum station where we got on a subway train and started dancing.

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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).


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


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…)

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.