The actor and director begin to comprehend the laws of nature that bring about feelings and behaviour in imaginary situations. The actor starts to acquire a technique that will eventually lead him to a spontaneity and an effortlesness in playing.
Both, director and actor observe life to sense how a gesture, an intonation can reveal the psychology of a person. They come to realise how the use of objects, the specific aspect of an environment help to stir precise behavior.
The gradual exploitation of the text of the play or, script, eventually bridges the gap between their own experience and the hidden underlying meaning in the author’s writing. The director benefits by grasping his/her personnal links to the author’s intent.
This level of work for the actor in this group starts with the definition through practice the various requirements when acting on stage or facing the camera. The director learns the disparity between working with actors in the theater and on film.
The exploitation of the text continues in order to give the actor and director a firm grasp of the story. Improvisations are created through which the actors and directors discover how the characters emerge.
This is followed by learning about the processes of Casting and the discovery of the way the characters traits relate to the actor’s personal qualities.
The work on this level centers on probing, scrutinizing the text and setting the course of the rehearsals. It defines what is to be attained through the rehearsal :
In this final stage the actor appears in a detailed, specific setting with costume and a clear definition of the characters’ desire in relation to the others in the scene. After that work the actor and director master the ability how to retain and repeat with the same spontaneity, the behavior they discovered in the rehearsals.