Improv Everywhere causes scenes of chaos and joy in public places. Created in August of 2001 by Charlie Todd, Improv Everywhere has executed over 80 missions involving thousands of undercover agents. The group is based in New York City.
He took the chair and set up on the edge of the park. He positioned himself in the middle of a group of about 6 portrait artists. The going rates were $50 for a realistic drawing and $5 for a caricature; he offered his drawings for twenty-five cents. The final product is horrible. The ‘art’ is on the same skill level as the average fourth grader.
On Saturday, March 22, 2003 Improv Everywhere agents created a living moebius strip in the Astor Place Starbucks. Seven undercover agents meticulously repeated a five-minute slice of time for twelve consecutive repetitions.
“Meet Anton Chekov”. The plan was to set up a card table in Washington Square Park with a large sign that read “Meet Anton Chekov” and have someone sit behind it claiming to be said Russian playwright.