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Improveverywhere

The Subway Spa

The Subway Spa

For Improv Everywhere’s latest urban prank, they took advantage of the humid and oppressive Summer heat in a NYC subway station to turn it into a spa, complete with sauna and massage tables. We can imagine no place less relaxing.

Spartacus In Real Life

Spartacus In Real Life

Improv Everywhere drops by a neighborhood Starbucks to order a venti strawberry Frappuccino, take in some free wi-fi, and also to recreate a classic moment from Stanley Kubrick’s epic Spartacus.

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Improv Everywhere: Conduct Us

Improv Everywhere: Conduct Us

Improv Everywhere worked with members of the Carnegie Hall orchestra to let ordinary folks be conductors for a day. The musicians actually had to practice playing with a bad conductor to get their bearings.

The 1860s Bar Prank

The 1860s Bar Prank

In one of its most complex pranks ever, Improv Everywhere took a few unsuspecting bar patrons back to the late 19th century. The group used the appropriate costumes and props, and even priced the beer accordingly.

Talk Show Subway Car

Talk Show Subway Car

Improv Everywhere confuses and amuses New York Subway passengers once again, this time setting up a late night talk show on a random subway car. Though it might have been more entertaining without pants.

Walking Backwards Prank

Walking Backwards Prank

Improv Everywhere had over 2,000 people walk backwards through Times Square. They didn’t take many pictures because “it’s impossible to take a photo of someone going backwards.” Also if the prank never happened.

The Boardroom

The Boardroom

The pranksters from ImprovEverywhere take over the office chair section of a Staples store, and hold a fake board meeting for a non-existant company. Needs more PowerPoint, though.

The Mini-Golf Open

The Mini-Golf Open

The Mini-Golf Open was a success, even though the players themselves didn’t know that there was a contest. Not as action-packed as the Carousel Horse Race, but the ending was exciting.

Instant Date

Instant Date

Improv Everywhere strikes again with their new found knack for confusing people with kindness. After comforting tired commuters, the group treated a lucky couple to an instant date.

Quadruplets

Quadruplets

Improv Everywhere strikes again – loading up a NYC park with eight sets of identical quadruplets, making the real world look like some sort of VFX trick, and messing with the heads of passersby.

The Sleeper Car

The Sleeper Car

Improv Everywhere took a break from causing a ruckus with their latest project. They placed beds in a New York subway car for tired commuters and even offered sleep masks and pajamas.

Improv Everywhere Documentary

Improv Everywhere Documentary

A teaser for the documentary about world-famous flash mob organization Improv Everywhere. Get a copy of the film and help Matt Adams and Andrew Soltys finish it by donating on Kickstarter.

Mall Santa Musical

Mall Santa Musical

Improv Everywhere spreads some holiday cheer, with the help of the Gregory Brothers and who has to be Home Alone-era Macaulay Culkin. Seriously we were waiting for him to make that face.

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Carousel Horse Race

Carousel Horse Race

Even with the ridiculous safety belts, these kids were treated to the most exciting carousel ride ever when Improv Everywhere turned it into a hilarious and heartwarming spectacle.

The Mute Button

The Mute Button

For Improv Everywhere’s latest mission, 23 actors and 2 dogs infiltrated a public space near the entrance to Prospect Park in Park Slope, Brooklyn, and went on “mute” at coordinated intervals.

MP3 Experiment Seven

MP3 Experiment Seven

We can’t believe this is the 7th time that Improv Everywhere’s done this, because there’s still a lot more that can be done with this gag. Still, it’s fun to see thousands of people doing the same thing.

Improv Everywhere: Star Wars

Improv Everywhere: Star Wars

A bunch of costumed weirdos board the train. Just another day in the New York Subway? Maybe, or maybe it’s Improv Everywhere, making lots of people laugh and smile with their latest skit.

Improv Everywhere: Ghostbusters

Improv Everywhere: Ghostbusters

Improv Everywhere decided to bring Ghostbusters back for an encore in the reading room of The New York Public Library on 42nd Street. The 1984 movie begins with a scene in the very same room.

Prank: Handbell Strikeforce

Prank: Handbell Strikeforce

It may sound like the latest Steven Seagal flick, but the Guerilla Handbell Strikeforce has purely peaceful aims: it’s a 13-member choir that randomly helps Salvation Army bell ringers.

Funny: Where’s Rob

Funny: Where’s Rob

You can always count on the kindness of Knicks fans: Where’s Rob features Agent Lathan getting lost at a basketball game as a growing number of spectators try to guide him home.

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Funny: I Love Lunch

Funny: I Love Lunch

Improv Everywhere continues its food pranks with I Love Lunch (watch Grocery Store Musical and Food Court Musical); it’s set in the Trump Tower atrium with a cameo by TTS’ Ann Curry.

Grocery Store Musical

Grocery Store Musical

Improv Everywhere’s Grocery Store Musical is a produce production you’ll go bananas over: a follow-up to Food Court Musical, it involved six actors and numerous hidden cameras.

Subway Yearbook Photos

Subway Yearbook Photos

Improv Everywhere hits NYC again, but this time with pants: Subway Yearbook Photos is definitely one of their subtler, gentler pranks as they pose as official photographers for MTA.

Book: Causing A Scene

Book: Causing A Scene
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Improv Everywhere’s pranks are pretty well-known, so we’re happy to hear they now have a book out: Causing a Scene is a behind-the-scenes look at their pranks over the past 8 years.

Video: 2,000 High Fives

Video: 2,000 High Fives

Improv Everywhere revisits the subways again with High Five Escalator, tasking Agent Lathan (“Rob”) and five agents with soliciting 2,000 high fives along stairs and escalators.

Video: No Pants 2009

Video: No Pants 2009

Improv Everywhere’s annual No Pants subway ride went off without a hitch (or britches) on January 10, with over 2,500 pantless riders in 22 cities around the world. Mmm, legs…

Video: Welcome Back

Video: Welcome Back

Best known for their No Pants and Best Buy pranks, Improv Everywhere’s Welcome Back is a bit more tame but still quite funny: watch as they welcome random strangers at an airport.

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