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Post Posted:: March 19th, 2016, 4:02 pm 

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jburlinson wrote:
Hi -- could I claim section 12 Phipps a Butler ?

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Hi John yes will sign you up thanks

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Post Posted:: March 19th, 2016, 5:03 pm 

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wib66 wrote:
Hi I have since found out that this is ok so have updated the MW and will be able to PL thanks

*Gasp!* Yay, I'm so glad! :) Thanks for finding out for me!

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Post Posted:: March 19th, 2016, 7:36 pm 

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judyd1 wrote:
I would like to do the narrator part for Phipps, but I've never done the narrator part for a play before. Do I just read the parts between the dialogue? Do I leave spaces--and if so, how much?


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Hi Judy I have added you as narrator and I see Erin has given you some guidance as to how to proceed. Please ask if you need anything else.

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Yes, I do have one question: do I read the names before each person speaks: for instance "Sir G. (glances at wife) Oh, my dear....etc...."----Do I say "Sir G"


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Post Posted:: March 20th, 2016, 3:05 am 

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jburlinson wrote:
Hi -- could I claim section 12 Phipps a Butler ?

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Thank you!

judyd1 wrote:

Yes, I do have one question: do I read the names before each person speaks: for instance "Sir G. (glances at wife) Oh, my dear....etc...."----Do I say "Sir G" [/size][/b][/color]


The first time that a character speaks, please read their name. After that, you only need to read it when there is a stage direction exactly like the one you mentioned, in which case you'd say the character's name and 'glances at wife', or 'quietly', or whatever the direction is.


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Post Posted:: March 20th, 2016, 6:05 am 

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Section 2 Narrator PL notes:
0:28 one missing line: First Inquisitor. [aside]
Checker tells, that the volume is 82,9 dB. Would you, please, amplify it a bit?

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Post Posted:: March 20th, 2016, 7:05 am 
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Here is Lady Fanny for "Phipps". Very enjoyable to play, even though she is not what I would call a nice person. ;)

https://librivox.org/uploads/lynnet/phipps_ladyfanny_houghton.mp3
Recording time: 10:14 min.

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Post Posted:: March 20th, 2016, 9:24 am 

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Kitty wrote:
Here is Lady Fanny for "Phipps". Very enjoyable to play, even though she is not what I would call a nice person. ;)

https://librivox.org/uploads/lynnet/phipps_ladyfanny_houghton.mp3
Recording time: 10:14 min.

Sonia


thanks this is now in the MW ready for PL

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Post Posted:: March 21st, 2016, 11:29 am 

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May I read the part for the Freshman, Section 27, of The Belles of Canterbury?
I like this play-- I thought it was funny how everything the Canterbury people say rhymes! :wink:

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Post Posted:: March 21st, 2016, 2:36 pm 

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Kitty wrote:
Here is Lady Fanny for "Phipps". Very enjoyable to play, even though she is not what I would call a nice person. ;)

https://librivox.org/uploads/lynnet/phipps_ladyfanny_houghton.mp3
Recording time: 10:14 min.

Sonia


Thank you, Sonia, it's PL OK.

I'm curious to know what you'll make of Fancy...


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Post Posted:: March 21st, 2016, 2:39 pm 
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Newgatenovelist wrote:
Thank you, Sonia, it's PL OK.

I'm curious to know what you'll make of Fancy...


Thanks :) ...what do you mean by this ominous remark ? :hmm:

I haven't started on Fancy yet. I need more time for a play and I think I prefer doing that over the weekend. Soon I'm gonna have a holiday, so looooaaaads of time to record. :9:

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Post Posted:: March 21st, 2016, 3:10 pm 

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Twinkle88 wrote:
May I read the part for the Freshman, Section 27, of The Belles of Canterbury?
I like this play-- I thought it was funny how everything the Canterbury people say rhymes! :wink:


I will sign you up to that section

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Post Posted:: March 21st, 2016, 3:27 pm 

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Hi, I'd like to coordinate this play:
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* The Good Samaritan by Rita Benson
* http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/46419
* I can't find a link to the author or the text on Wikipedia.
* 12
* 1922
* Prologue and Epilogue. (The same.) (I was thinking that the narrator could be the same person as the prologue and the epilogue. Would that work?)
First Thief.
Second Thief.
Third Thief.
The Jew.
First Servant.
Second Servant.
The Priest.
First Levite.
Second Levite.
The Good Samaritan.
The Host.


Thanks! I would like to play the Second Thief if this play is alright. :D

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Post Posted:: March 21st, 2016, 3:49 pm 

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EstherbenSimonides wrote:
Hi, I'd like to coordinate this play:
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* The Good Samaritan by Rita Benson
* http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/46419
* I can't find a link to the author or the text on Wikipedia.
* 12
* 1922
* Prologue and Epilogue. (The same.) (I was thinking that the narrator could be the same person as the prologue and the epilogue. Would that work?)
First Thief.
Second Thief.
Third Thief.
The Jew.
First Servant.
Second Servant.
The Priest.
First Levite.
Second Levite.
The Good Samaritan.
The Host.


Thanks! I would like to play the Second Thief if this play is alright. :D

I will set that up for you. However I feel that if you have the prologue epilogue and narrator as the same person it will be too confusing. It is better for the narrator to be separate that will make more sense.

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Post Posted:: March 21st, 2016, 3:57 pm 

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Could I please claim the priest in the Good Samaritan?

I was in a version of this in infant school (aged 5 or 6) and I played the glamorous and scene-stealing female vicar who crosses the road rather than helping. I wish to reprise the role ;)

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Post Posted:: March 21st, 2016, 4:02 pm 

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catrose wrote:
Could I please claim the priest in the Good Samaritan?

I was in a version of this in infant school (aged 5 or 6) and I played the glamorous and scene-stealing female vicar who crosses the road rather than helping. I wish to reprise the role ;)


I will sign you up thanks

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