In processes associated with more traditional techniques, actors are often encouraged to sit and read through the scene, do detailed ‘table-work,’ etc. This basic way to create a framework for staging can be done in tandem with cognitive analysis as the peoples continue to work outside/in and inside/out. In the iteration, the tableaus act as markers, or sign posts, for each chunk. It is important to remind the actors to take a stop when they arrive at each tableau, to mark the ending of one chunk and the beginning of another. This becomes especially important when layer physical score on top of this staging, as the peoples will need the clarity of the tableaus to anchor the dramaturgical narrative of the scene.