Getting noticed

November 23rd, 2009 | Posted by Improv in Toronto in Updates - ()

Some exciting news for Improv in Toronto!

The discovery channel has started a contest for the creation of videos, based off their popular “I love the world” commercial. Wouldn’t you know it, they used our Subway Sing-Along as an example!

Discovery Channel - I love the world

The attention from the discovery channel, has bumped our video to over 10,000 views! Which is really exciting.

You can see the discovery channel blurb here.

And check out the actual mission we did here.

Darkness and Light Dance

November 7th, 2009 | Posted by Improv in Toronto in Completed Missions - ()

For out latest mission over 70 agents took up the call, and learned an 8 minute long choreographed dance. While dressed fully in black , we converged upon Dundas Square and performed before the unsuspecting crowds. Enjoy the video first and then go behind the scenes with our report below.


Some Links…

November 3rd, 2009 | Posted by Improv in Toronto in Updates - ()

As Improv in Toronto continues to grow in size, we continue to place our “footprint” across the internet. For your ease, I’ve brought all our important links together in this one post:

Facebook - We post all of our big events on facebook, so if you’ve yet to join our group, you’re missing out. The group is slowly nearing a huge milestone, only 100 people away from 3,000 members!

YouTube - The first place our videos will always pop up is our youtube channel, so it’s definitely something you want to keep tabs on. It’s also only 100 subscribers away from 500, so help us out and subscribe!

Twitter - If your someone who uses twitter, than you have no reason not to follow us. Our twitter is the first place to hear any and all news regarding IT.

Mailing List - One of the most important features of Improv in Toronto, so if you havn’t signed up for it yet, do so now. We send out emails about ALL of our upcoming missions here, and can notify you when the blog has been updated.

Flikr - If you are someone who comes out to our events, and takes pictures, be sure to upload them all to our Flikr group. By doing so, you have a good chance they may be featured on our blog!

Vimeo - Not quite as important as our youtube channel, but this is the other video upload site we use. Very good for watching our HD Videos, as well as ones that can’t be put on youtube because of copyright music.

Wikipedia - Not the most interesting page about us currently, but you’re welcome to edit it for us to make it really cool!

Urban Prankster Group - The very beginnings of our whole organization came from here. Feel free to join up, and discuss possible missions you think we should run!

Paypal - If you ever have a couple extra dollars, than give us a thought. Being a completely volunteer based organization makes it difficult to keep running many of our larger and more expensive missions.

Upcoming: Real Life Game of Clue

October 31st, 2009 | Posted by Improv in Toronto in Upcoming Missions - ()

Improv in Toronto invites you all to participate in a real life version of your favourite board game, CLUE!
Help us solve the mystery of who murdered Mr. Boddy!


When: 3:00PM on Saturday, November 14.
Where: The Eaton Centre
Bring: Something to write down all your clues on (very important)
Facebook Event

Continue reading for more info…


Our instructional videos for the Darkness and Light Dance are now up! The choreography is shown in 5 separate parts, to make it easier for everyone to learn the steps.

The dance may seem difficult at first, but with a little practice we’re sure you’ll get the hang of it. And don’t worry about perfection, this about fun! Just give it your best attempt.

Plus we’ll be going over everything again with you at the rehearsal!

Check out the first video here:

For full mission details:


Comment Shut Down

October 9th, 2009 | Posted by Improv in Toronto in Updates - ()

For the time being, our comment section on our blog, will be turned off.

This is purely because our spam commenting has gotten out of hand, and I don’t have the time to deal with it right now. Once the issue has been solved, commenting will be back up and running.

Sorry for any inconvenience.