Category Archives: Improv Everywhere

The Sound of One Man Dancing

Have you seen the AT&T Mobile commercial set at Grand Central, where a guy is geared up to be a part of a flash mob, ends up doing his flash mob jig all by himself to the amusement of GCT … Continue reading

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3,000 Show Up/Off For No Pants Subway 2010

Temps in the 20s did not dissuade the hardy souls who dropped trou in the name of the absurdist anarchy known as No Pants Subway Ride 2010. The organizers, Improve Everywhere, say 3,000 people took part. That’s 6,000 freezing knees, … Continue reading

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No Pants Subway Ride Rolls Into NY

Is this 6 train car chilly, or is it me? Yes, the subways will be full of pantsless riders this weekend, as No Pants Subway Ride 2010 takes place 3 p.m. Saturday.¬† This is actually not a joke. It’s part … Continue reading

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I’m on Track 16, Going on 17

This is terrific–the whole of a train station in Antwerp (by the way, Antwerp is Flemish for “Lots of White People”) busting out in The Sound of Music–both the traditional SOM and a hip-hopped up version of it. This beats … Continue reading

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Pants Optional on Subway

Some 900 New York subway riders braved snow and freezing temps to take part in a No Pants! Subway Ride from Foley Square to Union Square. No Pants! went on in 10 cities around the world, with some 2,000 people … Continue reading

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“Maybe There Is a Twins Conference?”

Those merry pranksters of Improv Everywhere, the architects of the performance piece “Frozen Railroad,” which saw¬†everyone stand still in Grand Central for several minutes, have again chosen mass transit to stage one of their oddball exhibitions. “Human Mirror” sees ten … Continue reading

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