The "Indians" board the ships containing tea with torches. 3
The actors are having a meeting at the three ships containing teas saying things such as, "Let every man do his duty and be true to his country." The scene is taking place at the meeting house. Five Citizens of Boston are in the scene.
All of the people that have dressed like Indians are meeting together at Griffin's Wharf. The scene is taking place in the town on Griffin's Wharf. There are many citizens dressed as Indians with hatchets and clubs. The props are hatchets and clubs for the characters.
The "Indians" are going aboard all three boats for the plan that causes the Boston Tea Party. The scene is one of the boats containing tea being invaded by the "Indians". Over 200 citizens dressed up board the boats. Torches and crates are the props needed.