Hi there, I'm finishing up the script of a play which is to be performed in a few weeks, but there are two moments that I have not solved. If you're a quick lateral thinker, you might have an immediate fix, for which I will be forever grateful! 1. Which repetitive, rhythmic action (by a character trapped in a room with no objects) suggests frustration, resignation and also metaphorically hints at perception? For example - bounding a ball at a wall over and over again gets the first two but not the latter. When I say perception I mean it could be something as literal as my character looking at something from many angles. 2. How can two mimes suggest the beauty of the universe, the nature of the universe, or the mechanics of the universe, through a pose or moving gesture? A character asks them something to the effect of "What is the true nature of the universe?", and they need to demonstrate it in a way that clicks with an audience. It's OK if it's funny or hammy but it doesn't need to be. Thanks!