The Dartmouth, Eleanor, and the Beaver will sail into the Boston Harbor from London. They will dock at Griffin's Wharf. The ships should be loaded with boxes of tea. The ships will stay docked until they decide what to do with the tea. We will use boxes as a prop.
In this scene, the Sons of Liberty are afraid the tea will be taken because they didn't pay taxes. They meet to talk about what to do with the tea. While that's happening, the patriots dress up as Indians and leave the South Meeting House and head toward the ships. In this scene we won't use any props.
In this scene, the patriots quietly make their onto the ships. They bust open the tea chests with axes and hatchets. While they're doing this, there are thousands of people watching them. When they get all of the boxes open, they dump all the tea into the sea. For this scene, you need boxes to represent the tea crates and axes and hatchets for opening the boxes.