thank you, Alan, both poems are beautifully read and you even managed to give each a distinct rhythm, even without singing. The first is more melancholy while the second more upbeat. Very fitting.
Both PL ok.
the mic sounds great and yes, maybe considering what it is you actually said in Latin, you did sound a bit martial but that's ok, let's blame it on exuberance on Latine's part
oh that was a rather short one. But the confusion scene was highly interesting, now hearing it all assembled. Well done by all involved.
oh we always welcome more DPLers as for editing, Todd always edits all of his plays, but some other BCs (especially for DR) may welcome help on editing a few chapters, where you can help out without having to do the whole thing.
also, don't forget that some people sober up quickly if they get a "healthy shock" or a situation warrants that they get their wits together fast. I guess if what he says sounds sober, you can slowly "snap out of the slur"
You have admire a PL who is prepared to “do the research” on these heavy drinking voice-characterisations.
You might take a look at viewtopic.php?f=27&t=44647 for some dramatic work guidelines.