hehe, yes compared to Pinero, who leaves nothing to the imagination, the French stage directions are usually very basic.
Though (sorry ) you did miss one part in each of the acts unfortunately
> at about 0:23: (p. 255) in all the other Racine plays we included the introductory note as well.
Let's wait for Todd's confirmation, but I think you'll get to read this on top
> at about 0:29: (p. 269) missed line: "to the guards"
> Checker also gives me a warning here that the volume is only 85.2 dB. You could amplify a bit as well
> at about 1:02: (p. 292) missed line: "Narcissus, aside"
> at about 0:37: (p. 304) missed line: "perceiving Burrus at the back of the stage"
> at about 0:29: (p. 315) missed line: "Scene 2. Britannicus, Agrippina, Junia"
thanks Larry, for the fast turn-around