What Are You Doing?
A line is formed at the back of the stage. The first actor starts on stage by acting out an activity. The next actor enters and asks “What are you doing?” The first actor says a completely different activity that they are NOT doing and goes to the back of the line. The second actor begins acting out the activity that the first actor said they were doing, and the process is repeated when the next person in line asks “What are you doing?” For example, if the first actor is walking a dog, they could respond to the question by saying “I’m skydiving.” The next actor then skydives.