Orphaned Dramatic Projects/Parts

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ceastman
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Post by ceastman » September 29th, 2009, 2:07 pm

If a part in your dramatic work is orphaned, please post an announcement here. Please post a link to your project thread, and perhaps a quick summary of the expected workload for the part.

When your parts have been claimed please edit your post to let people know it's no longer available or message an admin to delete the post.

NOTE: This thread is to be used if a role in a fully claimed project has an orphaned role. It is not to announce openings in projects that are only partly full. (Use your judgment if a major role, such as Narrator for a DR, is orphaned while a tiny role or two are still open.)

Elizabby
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Post by Elizabby » March 8th, 2019, 6:49 pm

Orphaned male voice role in the Dramatic Reading of "The Railway Children". This is a classic novel by Edith Nesbit about the adventures of 3 children who suddenly move from the city to the country, as they attempt to adjust to poverty and a new life making friends along the railway and the canal.

Perks the Porter is an adult who befriends the children, but he is often gruff with them, somewhat stiff at times and not keen to accept anything that hints of "charity". He is probably the next largest role after the children and their mother, and appears in 8 chapters.

Claim or read scripts for the role here: viewtopic.php?f=27&t=72040

EDIT: The rest of the book is just about finished and all the narration is recorded, but I don't see this project completing during the March cleanup because of the requirements of editing the parts together, however, I would like a claimant who can commit to finishing recording this part by the end of March please. This role has been orphaned once already and is now holding up the editing of the first half of the book.
Last edited by Elizabby on March 8th, 2019, 7:30 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Plays: The Gondoliers - 1 male voice role left!
Books: Helps to Holiness
History of Egypt - one section left!
Cowardly Lion of Oz - two chapters open!

FULL: W&D Dr Dolittle Feminism in Greek Literature K. Railway Children

cowguy02
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Post by cowguy02 » March 8th, 2019, 7:13 pm

Elizabby wrote:
March 8th, 2019, 6:49 pm
Orphaned male voice role in the Dramatic Reading of "The Railway Children". This is a classic novel by Edith Nesbit about the adventures of 3 children who suddenly move from the city to the country, as they attempt to adjust to poverty and a new life making friends along the railway and the canal.

Perks the Porter is an adult who befriends the children, but he is often gruff with them, somewhat stiff at times and not keen to accept anything that hints of "charity". He is probably the next largest role after the children and their mother, and appears in 8 chapters.

Claim or read scripts for the role here: viewtopic.php?f=27&t=72040

The rest of the book is just about finished and all the narration is recorded, but I don't see this project completing during the March cleanup, so a standard 2 month claim would be fine, though a quicker turnaround would be nice if possible!
i went ahead and took it. Thanks!

Elizabby
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Post by Elizabby » March 8th, 2019, 7:28 pm

Edit: I would really like this role completely recorded by the end of the month - it is because of the editing that I don't think this project will finish by the end of March clean up month. However, this role is already holding up editing of this project, as it is the last role when everything else is nearly recorded. Please only claim if you can record it all by the end of March.

Original post amended to clarify requirements. Role still available.
Plays: The Gondoliers - 1 male voice role left!
Books: Helps to Holiness
History of Egypt - one section left!
Cowardly Lion of Oz - two chapters open!

FULL: W&D Dr Dolittle Feminism in Greek Literature K. Railway Children

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