Now We Are Alone [Shakespeare For You]

🎭 But say, Lucetta, now we are alone, Wouldst thou then counsel me to fall in love?

— Julia, Two Gentlemen of Verona 1-2


Julia is to choose a husband from suitors, and ask advice from her maid, Lucetta. 
This husband choosing with the maid scene is repeated in The Merchant of Venice’s Portia and her maid Nelissa. 

Both Julia and Portia are going to disguise themselves to be a boy.  But think that you are going to perform both of them, then you must make big differences between these two ladies. 

How would you do?

Just to point out for fun that “now we are alone” resembles Hamlet’s “Now I am alone” just before he starts his third soliloquy.