4 excellent performances, Leanne
I especially love the sexton with his almost lustily morbid excitement over his job in the crypt LOL Also the Ambassador is well portrayed in his fierce authority.
The Woman and the Peasant
are PL ok
one PL note for the Sexton
> at 0:53
: (p. 126) "who are mighty apt to take a cholic
or shortness of breath" - I think you say "chalice" instead of "cholic" which doesn'treally make sense here in context
and a minor point for the Ambassador
> at 0:22
: (p. 167) before "I take under my protection", you leave no pause to insert the stage directions
, but I think in this case we could also well insert them right before this sentence, so I don't think this needs changing, unless Chuck prefers to put it in the middle
> at 2:18
: (p. 171) "till a worthier man (pointing to Benedict) shall possess this power which you have so greatly abused" - here I think we need to leave a pause
though for the stage directions
The Sexton and the 3rd Peasant are a bit below our required volume, but I can make a note for Chuck to adjust later.