Four chairs stand in a square and form a taxi. In the beginning there are three actors sitting in that taxi. Player A is sitting in front as the driver with player B as his front-seat passenger next to him and player sitting behind the driver.
Player D is standing on the sidewalk and calls the taxi in order to get a ride. D comes along with a specific feeling, attitude or subtext. Player A stopps and lets D enter the taxi. D takes the seat behind the front-seat passenger .
From that moment on all player adopt D's feeling and maybe even augment it. At some point A finds a reason to leave the car (e.g. "I'm just going to get me some cigarettes") and B becomes the new driver. C takes B's former position and becomes the new front-seat passenger. D slips on to the seat behind the driver. Yet all players maintaine the same feeling.
Now a new player is standing by the road with a new feeling/attitude. He gets a lift, too, and he takes the now empty seat behind the front-seat passenger Again, his new characteristics are adopted by the other ones. And so on and so on.
Put two chairs in the frontrow and two behind it, symbolizing a taxi.
In the beginning, 3 actors sit in the taxi, of which actor A embodies the driver, actor B the co-driver and actor C sits right behind the driver.
Actor D, yet outside on the street, stops the taxi and wants to take a ride. Doing so, actor D conveys a distinctive sentiment, a certain attitude or might also provide a clear subtext. Of course, actor A stops the taxi and actor D enters it, taking the seat behind the co-driver.
From that very moment on, everybody in the taxi shares actor D‘s sentiment. Feel free to vary in dimension or colour, you could, for example, expand the sentiment in a certain timing.
As time goes by, actor A, the driver, has to leave the taxi for a certain reason, let‘s say he has to get cigarettes or anything, and now the co-driver takes his place. Actor C takes the co-drivers seat, actor D takes seat behind the driver. Don’t forget: doing so, all actors are still in the mood or sentiment actor D brought to them.
Only after that, a new actor waits on the street to stop the taxi, conveying a new, distinctive sentiment or attitude. The driver, of course, lets him enter the taxi, and – guess what – everybody shares that new emotion or sentiment now.