you know, I totally agree. I would never have groaned SO much if it wasn't for the AAAs. Maybe some theatrical demon put them my way so I would get this extra push.I also think the formatting errors you encountered were a fortunate accident
The best thing is, the audience will never know the real reason why I said all those AAAs That remains an inside secret.
who says I wasn't breaking a sweat ? believe me, after this performance I had a hard time winding down and getting back to normalThis is such a difficult character to pull off, and yet you do it without breaking a sweat!
Well here is another huge act. The last act for Tom...after that it's plain Edgar.I can't wait to hear the rest!!
Recording time: 7:19 min.
But Edgar is slowly getting back to normal, so no excesses here (not too much anyway). He says himself, it's too hard to keep the madman up around his father and his father mentions that his voice is different, so I started being less foolish also in his initial speeches here in the beginning. He "plays" much more unconvincingly, and that was done on purpose.
Then after his father jumps, I took it that he "plays" a totally different character, I hope I was correct there. And finally there is this strange interlude with Oswald where I wondered why on earth he put on this peasant drawl That was very hard for me to even understand what he was saying, and I fear the audience won't understand me either But maybe that is not so important. But tell me, if I need to redo those lines, to make them sound more comprehensible.