The line of players are tasked with telling a story together. The leader will pick one player to start the story. The conductor switches player by touching their back. The player will continue to tell the story. Without warning the leader will switch to another player and that player will seamlessly pick up the story.
The players stand like statues but keep an eye on each other. One players starts to mill around the room. Briskly moving in and out and around the players standing still. The player must try their best to maintain eye contact with the solitary milling player.
This is an open scene done backwards. This means that the first thing the audience will see is the last moment of the scene, and the last thing they see is the beginning of the scene. Performers do not talk backwards in a Backwards scene. Just the narrative is backwards. There are few tricks to help make this work.