Maria and Reverend Mother - English

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I play out the roles of Maria and the Reverend Mother, as Maria comes back to the abbey after being out in the hills.

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
you might go in now. Maria, come here, my child. No, Sit down. A reverend mother. I'm sorry. I couldn't help myself. The hills were backing and before dear, I haven't summoned you for apologies. Please let me ask for forgiveness. Well, if you feel better, Yes. You see, the sky was so blue today and everything was so green and fragrant. I had to be a part of it. Do you want this bag? Let me higher. Like it wanted me to go to the clouds. Well, suppose darkness had common. You were lost. Oh, Mother, I could never be lost up there. That's my mountain. I was brought up on it. It was the mountain that led me to you. When I was a child, I would come down and climb the three. And I'm looking your garden. I'd see the sisters at work and hear them sing. Which brings me to another transgression. Reverend Mother, I was singing out Dad today only in the happy. We do have rules about posture and singing. Oh, I can stop wherever I am. Whereas I I can't stop to saving things. Everything I think. And field of some call that honesty. Oh, what a sterile Reverend Mother. You know how a sister birth he makes me kiss the floor after this agreement? Lately, I I kissed the floor when I see her coming to save time, Marie, Yeah? When you saw is over at the wall and long to be with us, That doesn't mean you were prepared for the way we live here, did it? No, mother. But I pray and I try and I'm learning. I really are. What's the most important lesson you have learned here? To find out what is the will of God and do it a whole heartedly? Maria, It seems to be God's will that you leave us. Leave only for a while. No, Mother, please don't send me away. This is where I belong. It's my home, my family. It's my life. Are you truly ready for it? Yes, I am. I feel go out into the world for a time. Knowing what we expect of you. You will find out if you can expect it off yourself. I know what you expect, mother and I can do it. I promise I can. Yes, Mother. If it's God's will