I will follow all Punishments given to me until the game ends. And I will keep the knowledge of what happens in this game to myself only to be discussed with one who was here tonight or with expressed permission of the entire group. So I have said so may it be. If you could choose another house besides the one you are in to have been sorted into what would that house be?
He's even worse and he would rather she not Eros and psyche play about it. Looking for a love story that doesn't romanticize violence? In this first Act, our parody introduces a teenage girl with a keen eye for goth-punk fashion and clearly enjoys martial arts as a hobby.
Getting married is not on her to-do list, despite her high class title. Part of her knows marriage is a noblewoman's ticket to a secure life of luxury and yet she would rather be disowned. Her parents are just as inconsiderate and impatient for results as she is and seek a fortune teller to settle the argument.
Is her fate one of choice? The tale is set in a meta-universe where char-actors play roles in the story as a contemporary parody and commentary of the Classical Greek myth of Eros and Psyche, which traditionally centres on how a young girl is deflowered and matures into a woman.
I wish to reverse the gender expectations and energy of the lead couple to reflect a less represented romance.
I feel there are not enough or any romantic stories with underrepresented and marginalized identities depicted in an empathetic fashion that appeal to graphic novel and Japanese manga readers.
The char-actors in the meta-verse make appearances in the preface and bloopers at the end provide a different lens from which to interpret the gender and sexuality of the roles in the parody. Most of the protagonists in this heteronormative narrative are played by LGBT char-actors.
They too have their own stories and comments in the background of the production of the parody that humanize their issues. Their stories will be published under the title Unspoken after this series concludes.
Initially published as a webcomic at http: You can get a preview of the book titles in order of our scheduled year of release: Psyche's Secret ACT 3: Demeter's Advice ACT 4: Aphrodite's Wrath ACT 5: Zeus' Blessing According to our webcomic schedule, we are currently releasing abridged content for Act 4.
We anticipate the end of the webcomic within the next years, after-which we will continue to improve the artwork and complete the extended story in graphic novel form.
The pages to Eros' Plan are all complete and we are in the process of finalizing the proof with Print Ninja. Your backing will count towards preorders and printing costs.
Risks and challenges Packaging, shipping, delivery timing and costs may vary depending on location and additional schedule delays and costs may occur to ensure reward reaches its final destination. In the event that the books are produced and delivered late, I will be in communication with all backers and let them know what the revised schedule will be.
Questions about this project?The tale is set in a meta-universe where char-actors play roles in the story as a contemporary parody and commentary of the Classical Greek myth of Eros and Psyche, which traditionally centres on how a young girl is deflowered and matures into a woman.
Cupid & Psyche by Joseph Fisher Productions (26) Comedy; - minutes you'll be rewarded with a play that's literate, a little sexy and grown-up, a play that deals forthrightly with the double edge of sadness and happiness that comes with love.". Eros and Psyche. STUDY. PLAY. Psyche.
Because of Eros sudden love for Psyche, Aphrodite made "invisible hedge/ thorns" (metaphor) which means that no man will ever be able to be with her. Eros refuses to shoot his arrows which means that there is no love. 1 EROS AND PSYCHE: PART I CAST EROS/VOICE Young God of Love PSYCHE Beautiful Mortal Princess APHRODITE Goddess of Love and Beauty KING Psyche’s Father SISTER ONE Psyche’s Conceited Sister SISTER TWO Psyche’s Other Conceited Sister ZEPHYR The West Wind SERVANT Invisible Servant NARRATOR: In a far, mountainous kingdom, a king had three daughters.
While his . Play is what children wants to do and what they choose to do when given the freedom, independence, time and space to determine their own behaviour.
All children have a natural desire to play and will therefore play anywhere they are given the opportunity. Children’s play can be happy or sad, loud or quiet, calm or chaotic, creative or destructive, sociable or isolated and imaginative or real.
Eros, unable to resist the charm of Psyche, reports back to her mother, telling her that he has failed the task. Aphrodite is angered by this news and she lays a curse of Psyche, wishing that she would never be able to find a suitable husband.