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Lighthouse #2

Director: The community has decided to build a lighthouse so that its fishermen can find their way safely home.

[A tall person is chosen to be the lighthouse]

Now, we all know that a lighthouse is surrounded by a reinforcing wall. [Boys are chosen to form a circle around the lighthouse] We should have a couple of rocks to bolster the reinforcing wall on the side of the ocean.

[2 volunteers are chosen, and they are brought in and asked to bend over the wall with their heads facing the lighthouse and their rear ends facing the sea]

And now to complete the scene, an ocean.

[2 previously instructed boys now enter and stand behind the "rocks"] Now all we need is the pounding of the waves on the rocks.

[with those words the "waves" paddle the behinds of the volunteers.]

 
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