I missed these when marking the lines, and then I really don't see them when I edit.
I have one more step that I will add that I think will catch these. I'll run that on Act IV before I do the final edit, and will use it on future stage directiions
I hope it they didn't use real fire!Kitty wrote: ↑May 28th, 2018, 5:02 am
> at about 10:20: missing line “Still looking at GERTRUDE, but speaking to AGNES in undertones”
> at 16:07: “ST. OLPHERTS. [Sitting, breaking into a laugh.]” – missing St. Olpherts
> at 22:20: “AGNES. [Arranging his neck handkerchief.]” – you omitted “neck”, may be trivial, I’m not sure if it’s the same thing – probably optional
> at about 23:51: missing line “Beating her hands together passionately”
> at about 26:27: missing line “Rising, pointing to the book”
> at about 27:10: missing line “beating her breast and forehead”
the ending was indeed high dramatic I wonder how the actress is grabbing the book from the fire on stage !
Those action scenes can be dangerous. I once drew blood in a dress rehearsal. Good thing the prop was just a letter opener and not a real dagger. "Suppose I were to draw a dagger from my sleeve, and make to kill the prisoner with it!"
Oh, no, I almost forgot to upload the new file. Now that would not have been nice.