This improv game is in the following improv game categories:
One player starts the exercise by miming his location (interacting with objects, furniture...). As soon as it's clear where this person is, a second player comes on. This person establishes the relationship between them in a single sentence ( 'Mother, I'm sorry I'm a little late.'). The first person then presents a problem, preferably through miming or in a single sentence. A third player then enters the scene to fix the problem through miming or in a single sentence. As soon as the problem is fixed, all three players shout 'TADAAA!' accompanied by an appropriate gesture (show hands).
This is a good exercise to remind players to establish relationships early on, create problems which are relevant to the given setting and to resolve them without delays.