Hamlet wrote: ↑
August 14th, 2018, 3:39 pm
Antenor, and all of Diomedes.
ok I was just ploughing my way through Diomedes.
Well done, Brad. And yes, I agree, you do sound much more boyish in this performance. Especially, Diomed's lusty laugh when he talks with Aeneas about Paris lying in bed, is amply showing his character
It's a good contrast to my more serious Aeneas in this dialogue.
I especially like your tirade in 5.4. where you attack Troilus. Really a youthful hothead !
Well, Cressida is your role, but I've always suspected she realizes she's not in a good situation, and so she decides she'll take what she can get, even if that's "only" Diomedes.
Yes I also think she is not betraying Troilus callously, but she has no other option once she is in the Greek camp, so she tries to make the best of her situation. I will reflect that in my character, she will have her sad aside moments. As for the dialogue with Cressida, yes, I think the way I want to speak her lines will fit well with your replies.
All but two scenes are PL ok
PL notes for Diomedes 5.5.
> at about 0:23
: missing line: "Ay, there, there.
PL notes for Antenor 5.10.
> at 0:01
: could you just please record the full credit: "Antenor, a Troyan commander
, read by Brad"
BTW, your desperate cry over Hector's death is quite convincing though.
I'm glad you joined the chorus, it's really much better we have our 4 voices there.