Act 1 scene 2 part 2

Act 1 scene 2 part 2

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  • (1) You may do it without practice since all your doing is roaring.
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  • (2) Let me play the lion too. I will roar so that all the men hearts will do good to hear me. I will roar so well the Duke will say "Let him roar again. Let him roar again!"
  • (1) If you were to do it too terribly, you would scare the Duchess and ladies to the point where they would shreik.
  • (3-EVERYONE) THAT WOULD HANG US AND EVERY MOTHERS SON!
  • (2) That would be enough to get us all hanged!
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  • (5) I assure all of you though, that I will aggravate my voice so that I will roar as gently as any sucking dove or nightingale.
  • (4) Friends, I understand, if I were to frighten the ladies out of their wits they would have no more discrection and we would absolutely be hanged.
  • (1) YOU CAN'T PLAY ANY OTHER PART OTHER THAN PYRAMUS!
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  • (1) Wait! Pyramus is a sweet - faced man, a proper man you would see on a summer's day, a lovely gentleman. That's why you have to play Pyramus!
  • (3) Why, whatever you like.
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  • (4) I will go with either a straw-colered, a orange-tawny, a purple-in-grain, or French-crown-colored beard, your perfect yellow.
  • (2) Fine, I will undertake it. What beard would be the best to act in?
  • (2) Anyway, everyone, here are your lines. I request and encourage all of you to learn them by tomorrow night.
  • (1) Some French people are bald due to syphilis. You'll have to play the role completly shaven.
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  • (6) Here , Peter Quince.
  • (4) Snug the joiner, you must play the lions part. I hope this part is well fitted for you.
  • (3) You must play Pyramus's father. I will play Thisbe's father.
  • (1) Robin Starveling, you must play Thisbe's mother. Tom Snout, the tinker.
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  • (5) Do you have the lions part written out? If you do, please give it to me. I study fairly slow.
  • (2) Here, Peter Quince.
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