This chapter investigates the research of embodied, affective inquiry and representation as taking place through a theatre devising process with youth. The rhizome describes a network of never-ending lines, where there are multiple entryways and places of departure, and every line can connect to any other, multiplying its own lines and establishing the plurality of unpredictable connections in the open-ended, what Deleuze called smooth space of its growth. The research describes a sensational approach to data analysis, taking up embodied and affective relations as the focus of the analytical endeavor. The chapter describes an embodied approach to research in the field of applied theatre and drama education. The research of drama practices in education has been dominated by a social constructionist paradigm that has permeated the field since its establishment in the mid-twentieth century. The methodology framework is situated within a poststructural and sensational perspective on contemporary theatre practices and embodied research.