Cast Sample Clauses

Cast. One (1) copy of a list indicating the name of the character portrayed by each player and a complete description of the character.
Cast. 2 m, 1 w, 3 flexible, 1 offstage voice NEBLY (M) WINNY (W) MALCO and SLOBBY an offstage voice (Flexible) PROFESSOR SNOPE (Flexible) PLOTTER (M) PRINCIPAL BUMBLEBORE (Flexible) (A young, insecure man named Nebly is the first to appear. He is dressed in his school suit and tie, even though he is currently sitting at home. We may not see if, but for the record he is wearing pajama bottoms.) NEBLY: Hello? Anyone about? Have I got the right place? (Someone new enters the computer screen. It’s the bright and enthusiastic Winny.) WINNY: Ooh - brilliant! Here we are. Hello, Nebly! I see you! Can you hear me? NEBLY: Hello, Winny! It’s lovely to see you. WINNY: What’s that? NEBLY: I said it’s lovely to see you. WINNY: Nebly, I think your sound is off. Can’t hear you at all. NEBLY: I SAID IT’S LOVELY TO SEE YOU! WINNY: Try it one more time. NEBLY: (Grumbling to himself.) I can’t believe I’m having technical difficulties when I finally get the chance to spend some time with the girl I have a crush--- WINNY: Just kidding -- your mic is working just fine! NEBLY: Oh. Um. Nice weather we’re having. WINNY: I wouldn’t know. My mum and dad won’t let me outside until this whole thing blows over. NEBLY: My parents are the same. WINNY: Are we early? Where is everyone else? NEBLY: I don’t know. WINNY: I see Malco’s screen. But I don’t see Malco. NEBLY: Can you believe we have to take classes online? How’s that going to work? WINNY: I know, right? How are we supposed to practice the magical arts of wizardry on a computer? I mean, who can do that? (Malco, an obnoxious snob of a student suddenly appears.) MALCO: I can! That’s who! WINNY: Malco?! Where did you come from? MALCO: I used an invisibility spell! That’s what I did! NEBLY: You were hiding under your desk, weren’t you? MALCO: A wizard never reveals his secrets. I am so glad we don’t have to be stuck in that stupid Dogwarts. And now I can stay at home in my palace with my mumsy and dadsy and my loyal servant who treats me just like the prince I am. SLOBBY: (From off screen.) Would Master Malco like to have another Pixie Pastry? MALCO: Not now, Slobby -- you stupid house elf -- Professor Snope will be here any minute. NEBLY: He hasn’t shown up yet. MALCO: I see Plotter isn’t here either. That fool probably doesn’t even own a computer. I hear he lives in a closet under the stairs. WINNY: Poor Harry. MALCO: Oh, boo hoo, poor Harry Plotter -- the boy who lived. More like the boy who whined. NEBLY: That’s not very nice. MALCO: Wh...
Cast. Conditional 2-cast is a protocol based on one instance of protocol VerifSetup. The goal of this protocol is that, given that any correct player accepted the setup protocol, the protocol achieves 2-cast with overwhelm- ing probability. Note that besides its termination we do not require anything for this protocol for the case that all correct players rejected the setup protocol. The protocol is described by Protocol Conditional 2-Cast, which is basi- cally still the same as for the model of Section 3 (i.e., Protocol Weak 2-Cast followed by Protocol Amplify). We give a short motivation for the changes com- pared to the former protocol. – Step 0 drops out since the Q-Flips are provided by Protocol VerifSetup. – Step 1: r1 has full knowledge of Q – hence only xs is sent to r1. |{ ∈ }| ≥ – Step 2: We exploit that exactly 2µ of each value must be prepared (as is required by Protocol VerifSetup) in order to enforce good statistical prop- erties of σ0. Note that the condition ( i σ0 : Q0[i] = x0 m0) must not be checked anymore because faulty r1 could have undetectedly avoided such states during setup. The only thing to be checked is that s claims no col- lisions – which is weakened to allow ε0 collisions because r1 undetectedly could have set up a small portion of such errors. – Step 3: r0 sends his original data from s since r1 can recalculate everything. |

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