flash the mob on 30th October

Posted on: November 7, 2009

It all begun with choreography for two and a half hours.

Perfect strangers, friends, and family all meeting up in one place, with the same purpose. Perhaps different intentions, but one outcome.

Dance moves and light sticks were given out.

Dundas Square as usual? You’re all in for a surprise.

It’s the eve of Halloween, and you never know what’s going to happen.

Once the DJ came swiveling in on the back of a truck, and strobe lights were flashing, the night came alive!


Spot me!

Krystal was picked to be lead dancer (:

In front of Eaton Centre, we shook butts and grooved our hearts out.

The public came and watched.

So did some suspiciously familiar characters.

And then it was just party the night away (:

Had such a fun time, courtesy of ImprovInToronto.

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