Movement with over-premeditation
The actors move their bodies with over-premeditation – mentally verbalising in advance all they are going to do – moving in all directions, on several levels, on tables, chairs, the ground, stairs, in an ordered fashion, or in a haphazard, chaotic fashion, standing, lying down, leaning, on all fours. . . . The important thing is never to stay still and to make all transitions gently, trying to think about the body, its muscles, its muscular structures. Thus all movements are pre-planned and mapped out, avoiding all mechanised movement – in such a way that even the simplest movement must be done as if it were a highly complex acrobatic adventure in the circus.