1.) King Arthur (M, 30s - 40s +/-, British)
2.) Walter J. Goodrich (M, 20s - 30s +/-, American) A simple, awkward, out of shape young deacon.
3.) Old Man / Merlin (M, 50s - 70s, British). Emotionally erratic. Eccentric. Prone to wild mood swings. Brilliant. Sometimes, he is calm and controlled, thoughtful, with a hint of mad whimsy. But you get the sense that it’s work. He is also arrogant. Prone to caustic outbursts and slightly mad. Irascible. Impatient.
4.) Lancelot (M, 30s - 40s +/-, British) A ghost. Brave but boorish. Charming when he wants to be. He's been kicking around in his etherial form for a bit so his vernacular is more contemporary than one might expect, at first glance, from this character. Prone to outbursts but he's seeing a therapist so it never quite gets away from him completely. Until it does.
5.) Lynn Blessing (30s - 40s, American)
￼￼￼￼￼￼￼6.) Everett (M, 50s - 70s, American) Merlin’s driver / butler. An older gentlemen.
7.) A sheep
8.) Tamora Bruce (F, 40s - 60s +/-, British) Dramatic. Sultry. Not unlike an actress overplaying a part. Barely able to hold back her irritation at, well, everything. / Morgan le Fay
9.) God (M/F, any age) Booming, commanding and authoritative.
1.) Arthur / A Sheep 2.) Old Man / Merlin 3.) Everett
6.) Narrator / Tamora Bruce / Morgan le Fay / God (w/ voice modulation)