This chapter examines how the actor might choose from where to derive actions to create the physical score. The caveat for choosing to apply the kind of process remains, as it did with the Greeks, that the text at first glance seems un-scorable using a more traditional methodology of objectives, actions, tactics, etc. If the phrase is longer, containing compound sentences and supporting images, it may require making an action for a text within parenthesis, as well as the bracket. Although the tangos are performed without text, most actors have some text memorized because that is how they remember the sequence of actions. Often one person will have more text than another in a scene.