It is a dramaturgical cliché to ask "Where is the conflict?" It certainly suggests an interesting and dynamic approach and is a useful analytical tool. But I would argue (as in a conflict??!!) that for an actor, the question "Who is influencing whom and how," is a more flexible tool and covers a broader spectrum of human interaction that would also include play, seduction, partnership and sharing of information. Not only is it responsive to shifts in a character's tactics, but more importantly, it fills the physical space that lies between the characters and encourages the actor to find the source of dramatic intention in the body.