I had been thinking that the two Love and Cupid roles were separate. Bet there was grand confusion when this was staged too...Kitty wrote: ↑May 27th, 2018, 11:28 amgreat, thanks Leanne. Just to confirm, "Love" here is the young god Eros, the son of Venus, who falls in love with Psyche. Is that the role you wanted to claim ?
Todd, I think there is a bit of a confusion in the script. In the beginning Love is called Cupid, when he first shows up with his mother (Venus) in the prologue. Later on he appears in a grown-up version as Love to woo Psyche. The problem is that there are some minor "cupids" fluttering about as well, and who sing in the chorus I think. We need to make sure these are not mixed up.
So Leanne, please also check the lines for "Cupid" in the Prologue, that's actually the same person than Love.
I won't be able to effectively mix more that 4 voices in the various chorus parts when I assemble things so if a few get left out that's okay.