|This impromptu graduation speaker broke|
into his song during his address in this
Improv Everywhere scene.
They prank people and put the videos up on YouTube.
I know, a lot of people do that, but unlike most of these videos, the Improv Everywhere stuff is not insulting to the people who they prank.
There's no meanness. Which makes their videos fun instead of aggravating.
Plus, Improv Everywhere, whose motto is "We Cause Scenes" have more elaborate setups than most videos.
Their latest prank, video of which is at the bottom of this post, involves a college graduation ceremony in Bryant Park, New York. The graduates of some college are there, ready to get their diplomas. College administrators are there.
But where's the commencement speaker? He missed his flight, so the "college dean," one of the Improv Everywhere actors, wades into the people enjoying the park on a nice day and asks them to step in and be the substitute commencement speaker.
Some people seem to know this is a joke but cooperate anyway, so why not? Others have no idea this is fake, but give really good speeches.
|Improv Everywhere created a fake college|
graduation ceremony that was desperate for
a speaker. The results were tons of fun.
One New Yawker with a thick Brooklyn accent tells the "college graduates," "You're are all going to kick ass in real life, just go for whatever you want."
And this delightful non sequitor from a young woman who addressed the crowd thusly. "Just last year I was standing in your seats."
One guy breaks into song. Another person gives the speech in Spanish but in reality speaks fluent English ("You tricked me, so I tricked you," she later told the Impro Everywhere people.
Here's Improv Everywhere's delightful college graduation video: