Andrew,Andrewjames wrote: ↑January 7th, 2021, 1:54 pmhttps://librivox.org/uploads/mightyfelix/pegomyheart_alaric_1_128kb.mp3
alaric act 1
First of all let me say that I absolutely adore your characterization of Alaric. Just the right amount of snobishness and feigned self-confidence.
There are, however, a few items that need a little touching up.
2:01 They can't play the fool with me. I heard They can't fool with me.
3:21 Ethel teachin' grubby little children their A. B. C's I heard kids (and I think that in this situation, that 'children' would fit his attitude and class)
4:00 And may I ask why that "Ha"? I heard say why that's
4:24 But now that I have, I heard And now that I have too.
4:48.5 Now I'm goin' to show him I heard: Well, I'm going to show him. (I think that the 'now' shows the idea that he (you) are going to do it now that you have too.)
~7:42 Missed the line “Must ye go?” (really hidden, easy to miss.)
13:00 Until I get really started. “started” was really lost at the end of the word. Couldn't really make out what it was.
13:41 Really, you know! It isn't true. It can't be. Know is kind of cut off, and be is missing.
15:47 we'll be back to lunch. I heard I'll
16:06.5 Oh, I say, adorable “adorable” cut off.
Just go over those few things, and all will be well.
Thanks for your hard work.
Now here is a question for someone above my pay grade. In the into for the roll, Andrew says "Alaric, her son". Now in the script itself, he is described in two different ways. One as "Alaric, her son", and also as "Alaric, Mrs. Chichester's son". The latter description comes when characters are listed "(In the order of their first appearance)". So I guess the question is, which is the way you want it done? Obviously the only way the first way works is if you list Mrs. Chichester directly before Alaric in the 'credits'.