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Scottish Accent- MACBETH- Shakespeare- Brian Stivale

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Description

Brian is a VETERAN of Classical Theatre with a focus on Shakespeare. He has played no less than 20 roles in 5 different works. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, The Tempest and Macbeth. In his production of Macbeth, Brian played an \"Everyman\" Concept Character who took on 18 of the roles in the production and NEVER left the stage. From every servant and one of the Witches to the Sergeant in Act One Scene 2, Brian was literally 18 DIFFERENT people. Here is his Sergeant delivering the opening monologue to describe Macbeth's battle to the King. SCOTTISH ACCENT.

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Vocal Characteristics

Language

English (Scottish)

Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)

Accents

Scottish, Scottish (Aberdeen, Dundee), Scottish (Edinburgh)

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
don't feel it stood as two spent swimmers that do cling together and choke their art. The merciless MacDonald would agree to be a rebel, too, that for multiplying abilities of nature, do swarm upon him from the Western isles of currents and yellow glasses is supplied and fortune on his cabinet quarrel, smiling, showed like a rebel's *****. But all's too weak for brave Macbeth. Well, he deserves that name, disdaining fortune with his brandished steel, which smoked with bloody execution. Like Valence, Minion carved out his passage till he faced the slave, which ne'er shook hands nor bade farewell to him till the unseen him from the nave to the chaps and fixed his head upon our battlements. As once the sun changes reflection, ship wrecking storms and dire for thunders break. So from that spring winds, comfort seemed to come. Discomfort swells Mark, King of Scotland mark no sooner justice had with valour armed, compelled. The skipping cards trust their use. But the Norway in Lord surveying vantage with Furbish jobs and new supplies of men begin a fresh assault. Yes, Sparrows, eagles or the hare the lion, I say Shoot must report. They were as cannons overcharged with double cracks or they w redoubled strokes upon the form. Except they meant to bay in reeking wounds or memorise another Golgotha. I cannot tell Battalion fates, My gosh is crying for help.