This improv game is in the following improv game categories:
Excellent exercise for building environments and object work. Ask one player to start doing an activity
defines (broadly) a location. E.g. when someone starts typing she might be in a (home) office. The
other players then become the other objects in the environment.
Tell the first player she can start using the props built by other players in the environment (if she recognizes them).
Tell players to go for the obvious: in just about any room you could be a plant, a door or a table, after all.
When done, ask the first player to name any `object` built in the environment.
You can use this as a handle for a performance. When a player is asked to sit down, and there are no
chairs on the scene, another player can become the chair for the first player to sit on. Other examples are
ticking clocks in haunted houses, cabinets and closets, you name it.