excellent job again and PL ok
Now the king is dead
I must admit, you've piqued my interest.
well that was fully my intention
I'm always on the lookout for talent
I hadn't really considered the dramatic section before, as I feared that I'd be in over my head.
you shouldn't worry about that. What you are performing here in your solo is basically some sort of dramatic reading, only instead of having many readers you are doing all the voices yourself. In the dramas we offer, each reader plays only one role (usually, sometimes there is doubling with minor roles but we try to avoid that).
Are there any projects that you would recommend?
plenty ! I am especially PLing the stage plays that Todd is launching. Usually we have a Molière and a Pinero going (two new ones have only just started and are still in the launch pad), and plenty others, there is a Ben Jonson play and the "special" play "Dr. Johnson", which actually has lots of small roles left, so that would be perfect to try it out before venturing to the main character
We also have one by Steele for which we are waiting for the final character to get claimed, but it's already a bigger role, in case you want to start small it may not be for you. If you check out any of those, I'll be your PLer again.
I see that "Sherlock Holmes" is in need of a King of Bohemia - after reading all of these Germanic names, I'm tempted to give it a try!
ah ok, I see maybe you are more interesting in dramatic reading, yes there are many of those on offer too. I admit that I am more in the "real" stage plays. Yes, the Sherlock Holmes project seems to be very popular right now. As for the King of Bohemia, you can ask if you are interested. I think I read in the thread that they want a genuine Central European accent for this role, but I'm not sure. You can always ask and they will tell you the details that are required.
I'm sure you will have fun once you try it out.
(beware: it can be addictive