- Have inconsistent and/or conflicting agendas.
- Have destinies to fulfill in a poetic universe.
- Are expanding throughout the play.
- Are drawn forward by their possibilities.
- Resonate with the audience.
- Are approachable through the theories of Jung and Bohr.
- Populate the plays of classical drama, and modern playwrights such as Howard Barker.
- Are distinct from simple characters and complex characters.
Jonathan Paul Cook © 2010