ah you really need an out-time after this performance. The meeting with St.Olpherts will be so great once assembled. I can really picture Tomas in this role of the débauché. And you give him good here, Eva. Well done ! Such a pity she starts to love this Cleeve, who, I think, is not really worth it.bluechien wrote: ↑April 12th, 2018, 4:19 pmAct II:
after this, Mrs. Ebbsmith will probably take a short rest, as she smokes a thin cigarette against her doctor's orders.
On the whole, everything perfect and nothing missing. I'll mark it PL ok already. Your French is really good I would have two words that you said wrong, though it's not your fault, it was a typo in the text, they forgot the accent on the é. It's optional, you can decide if you want Agnes to be perfect in French or not
> at 8:51: Les ordres que je vous ai donnés, repetez-les. - so it should be /donnay/ not /don/
> at 18:02: Un petit chale noir tricoté - also here /tricotay/ instead of /tricot/
> at 19:57: more temperate, more impassive. [Beating her brow.] Never! never! - if you correct anyway, you could leave out a bit more space for the stage directions, but if you decide against correcting, it's ok as it as well