You can't play the results: that's telling the audience how to react.

  1. Actor thinks of causes. Director thinks of results.
  2. Audience won't react to reverence.
  3. Avoid: trying to show the audience what you want them to feel.
  4. Director thinks in results: clinch mouth, etc. Actor thinks in causes. Have to be precise. Director says something, do it.
  5. Don't play the effect you want the audience to react too.
  6. Don't play the result, go at it indirectly.
  7. Don't play the result: (meaning of life.)
  8. Don't play the result: Playing what you want the audience to do; cry, etc.
  9. Don't tell audience how to react.
  10. Is that the end result? (Deal with adolescence in play).
  11. Miles away from play. Who is protagonist? Don't make blanket results. What is play really about? Audience must know about character.
  12. Never play the result.
  13. Do not play the result, don't indicate. Don't play what the audience must feel. Audience cry don't cry.
  14. We want to see the result. Theme of story: (A woman can get raped but can become the accused.) (Wrong person being punished): Theme of story. Where am I in the story telling.

"In the end, it can't look like acting."