Hamlet begins in a seated position with the 3 voices behind/beside him, when he says his lines, stay in a slouched position and look at the ground while talking almost as if he was in a “dead” position.
Hamlet "wakes up from his slouch.
Hamlet Mind moves closer to positive character while saying his lines, and he moves further from the negative character. Once the negative character says his lines, have Hamlet Mind move back to his original position.
Hamlet Mind moves toward negative character when the character is talking. He then moves back after.
Negative character moves close and whispers into Hamlet's ear while he is facing the audience. Hamlet pulls out a "bare bodkin".
Hamlet gives Hamlet Mind his knife and returns to his seat to await Ophelia when he sees her coming. The other voices stay silent.