The stage is divided into four quadrants (the boundaries of which are not visibly drawn). The players (or host) get an emotion for each quadrant from the audience. The players start a scene, during which they assume the emotion of whichever quadrant (or quadrants) they are in. Players may move back and forth between quadrants at any time and in any order, and they are allowed to both be in the same quadrant at the same time.
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