ah thank you, now the voice credit is ok Poor Margaret, she is really in major emotional troubles all throughout the play. But you dramatize her quite well, FoonFoon wrote: ↑August 9th, 2018, 5:27 amAhh right, sorry about that. Fortunately, I was just finishing up editing act II so I quickly stuck the correct voice credit in!
Lady Margaret, Act II:
Only two things to correct here:
> at 0:43: (p. 10): "the king of England wishes him to marry a lady of the court" - you forgot to say "him", but that changes the meaning of the sentence a lot
> at about 1:06: (p. 10): missing line: "Well, sir, is Ruthven coming ?"
Note for Chuck: Foon also uses your pronunciation of "Rooth-ven", and since my Bridget is immediately replying with "Riven", maybe that sounds a bit strange. Should I maybe amend my files or is it explainable by Bridget being Scottish maybe ?