TwoFace wrote: ↑
March 19th, 2019, 3:48 pm
I would like to do the prisoners to get this finished. If it is okay for me to voice act two different voices
If i am only allowed one ill take the 1. Prisoner. Question: I don't have to read the [Gives it to the next prisoner.] Right ?
hey Benni, you found the drama forum
well we try to avoid doubling voices that appear in the same act, and here they even appear in the same scene. So I'll sign you up for the First Prisoner, I'm sure we can find another voice for the small part of the other prisoner.
To answer your question: no, you don't have to read the stage directions, we have a separate narrator who reads those. That's why it's crucial that you leave enough space (at least 2 seconds) between all your chunks (even when the stage directions are inside one of your sentences). So our editor (Todd) has enough space to fiddle with while copying all the bits into his masterfile.
Please also give us your voice credit right at the start of the file, like this: "First Prisoner, read by (the reader name you want to use)"
thanks and have fun acting out.