New Yorkers at Bryant Park ice rink got a surprise performance when what appeared to be a pitiable stranded skater found his figure skating courage.
The friendly folks at Improv Everywhere organized another delightful spectacle recently, this time in New York's Bryant Park ice skating rink.
<p> They are the group behind the <a href="http://www.good.is/post/2011-no-pants-subway-ride/">No Pants Subway Ride</a>. This "mission" was called <a href="http://improveverywhere.com/2011/01/31/worst-ice-skater-ever-2/">Worst Ice Skater Ever</a>, where a professional ice-skater pretends to be stranded alone on the ice as the zamboni machine waits to clean the ice.</p><p> Watch how the fellow skaters and confused onlookers transform from pity, to laughter to unexpected appreciation at the end of his theatrical routine.</p><p> See <a href="http://improveverywhere.com/2011/01/31/worst-ice-skater-ever-2/">Improv Everywhere</a> for more pics of the crowd and full credit to all the fine people involve. It was a collaboration between the public improv group and the <a href="http://www.icetheatre.org/">Ice Theatre of New York</a>.</p>
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