well, I think for the moment I send myself to bed... 1 a.m. here and it was a long dayToddHW wrote:No such luck. But you might get sent back to Hell if you don't watch out!
I am doing 4 now. I had not realized I'd missed it until I went to mark 5 PL OK.Kitty wrote:thank you Todd. Are both Acts 4 and 5 PL ok ? You only marked Act 5, and neither are moved down. I'll move down 5 for now, but leave 4 as ready for PL, just in case
Ah, the boss ! excellent job again, Alan ! I was wondering whether we should do a special effect for the voice to make it more booming, but I think the natural cadence actually also works well.alanmapstone wrote:Satan act 1
oh you mean you did those lines, but may have deleted them by accident I'm so sorry about that, as it was so much workalanmapstone wrote:Not sure what happened here, I fear I may have lost a file.
yes I think both interpretations are valid. Some see him as pure evil, others more as dislikeable, but not too authoritative. Especially in the middle ages, the devil in the mystery plays usually was the comic relief (the one who had fire coming out of his bottom and stuff like that). So, considering how old the play is, I'm sure Ben Jonson would agree with your characterization. Still, Pug is even more bumbling and that's why he still has a healthy respect for his elders and betters.I am not really seeing Satan as a powerful authoritarian figure, more as a rather dislikeable figure who is cynical and nasty about everything! Is he not supposed to be a fallen angel? (theology is not my strong suit).