Q:In GOCA, why did you ignore the beat of the pentameter so often?
A: Two reasons: since all of Man's speeches are iambic, to hear a pronounced beat on every second syllable was at best unnecessary, and at worst soporific. Also, using the beat to occasionally accent the most important or telling lines seemed far more effective than beating the audience over the head, as it were, with the fact the speeches are in pentameter.
Q:Will there be more authors featured in the future?
A: More than likely. Once the five we have on deck are filmed, a call for scripts will be prominent on the site.
A: For GOCA, its author, to his surprise. The original, alleged director drifted away, never to be seen again. For WAW, Brian Hamlin, who has expressed interest in also directing our next play, Confession...(A Hell of a Thing).
This is hard to write, given the plays were composed on a Mac, edited on a Mac, and rendered and uploaded on a Mac, but there is a problem with Flash files on the new Intel-based Macs. Fortunately, there is a fix.
The limitations of individual computers have to be considered as well. If you encounter bumpy performance (stops and starts, etc.), try closing any other open applications which might be using up available resources, and, again, make sure you have the latest version ofFlashplayer.
The Large files are the highest quality Flash can offer; this naturally requires the most of a computer and its service provider. If the Large files can't be made to work, the Small will hopefully suffice.
Q:Why won't the Flash Player control bar go away while I'm watching a scene?
A: Pass your mouse over it. The control bar should vanish.
Q:How can I avoid "tiling", where the graphics on a page appear more than once?
A: Adjust the size of your browser window. Grab the bottom right corner with the mouse, and shrink the window until the repeated graphics are no longer seen.