If a character is in a scene with more than one other person, what options do they have when choosing their objective? (CHOOSE 2.)
Select one or more:
a. The actor chooses one person from the group and tries to get their objective from him/her.
b. The actor treats the group of people as 1 entity and tries to get his/her objective from that entity.
c. The actor must do the work and have multiple objectives, one for each and every person they are in the scene with.
d. The actor must focus on an emotion and play that from the beginning of the scene to the end, in order to give the appearance to the audience that they are playing an objective.
e. In a way, the actor must "result direct" themselves, focusing on how the performance will look on camera.
The correct answer is: a, b