Well, here we are, I hope:
And, as always, new time stamps.
> at about 13:38: missed line: "shaking her"
> at about 21:18: missed line: "making a grimace"
> at about 30:47: missed line: "in disdain" (in fact I found this line at 33:41, which is the wrong spot, could you move it here)
> at about 34:42: missed line: "confused"
> at 35:12: "his voice dying away" - you say "her voice"
> at 41:02: "and Mrs Upjohn peeps in cautiously" - you say "Miss Upjohn"
NOTE: I recorded a larger section here so the patch wouldn’t be as noticeable
> at about 8:12: missed line: "to Lily"
> at about 13:46: missed line: "producing his gloves"
> at 16:08: "Roper, to Lily, urgently" - I think this would be "Jimmie, Roper and Mrs Upjohn, to Lily, urgently"
> at 29:28: "Lily seats herself upon the settee without speaking" - you forgot to say "Lily" which is necessary here, as is happening while Mrs Upjohn is talking
Are we done with Pinero?
I might think twice about stage directions, but it is such an important part of the plays and forms the framework for the dialog. If I do, I will not let it linger and try to get them done within the two months, or even one month. That will actually be easier on me in my head.
And YOU -- the hours of PL that these take!
I'm not any crazier than you are.