In this scene, the actor is going to begin to dress up as an Indian. The actor is always going to look kind of mad since they do despise the British. The actor will finally pick up a Tomahawk and head outside. The scene is going to take place in the actor's character's home. The only person in the scene is a single "Indian." The props that the scene will need is a single tomahawk, a table where his weapon is, Indian clothing on a hanger, and old clothing that the actor was wearing.
The actors are now beginning to walk to the wharf where the tea ships are. The actors will begin to walk to the wharf while the more actors begin to join in to the "Indian" crowd. In this scene, not shown, some actors will be getting black ashes on their cheeks from the blacksmith in the scene. This scene is going to take place near Fort Hall, and there is also going to be a blacksmith nearby. There will also be approximately 40.60 actors in this scene. There is more in the real event, but it's not going to show all of them at once. For the props, the scene is going to have at least 30 lanterns, 10 torches, about 20 tomahawks, and about 20 clubs.
The Actors are now standing outside of the Ship, getting ready to aboard it. All of the actors are going to look angry because they are all mad about the Tea Act which happened. The Scene is currently taking place on the Wharf that the ship is next to. Just like the last scene, there is most likely going to be 40 to 60 actors in the view of the camera. Finally, we're going to have about 10 Lanterns, 5 Torches, about 20 Tomahawks, and about 20 Clubs.