Th e author continues what was started in the previous volume’s deliberation regarding the complex process of creating a theatrical spectacle. Because of his particular interest in the coexistence of music and drama in the theater, you will f ind e.g. peculiar aspects of cooperation between the composer and actors, as well as descriptions of the problems appearing between groups of performers. Th ese interactions result in a wide variety of time needed for rehearsals and other ways of communication. Also, the particular understanding of instrumentation and musical direction is underlined by the author. Some psychological aspects in the process of achieving a f inal result have been described; paying close attention to plays geared at children. Th e purpose of the author is to analyze and establish the certain stages that take place while creating musical layers in drama. Th ese stages lead to a f inal, compact piece of art – a fully realized drama.