Duologues

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    Hi everyone!

    Does anyone out there have any suggestions for a good duologue for two women? Or even a man and a woman. I just need one of the women to be twenty something. Comedy particularly wanted! Thank you!! xxx

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    Hi Paula

    The Importance of Being Ernest has a good Duologue between Cecilia and Gwendoline. The only problem is, I think it might have been overdone in the past......

    Cheers

    Sue

    • 1st Jun 2006
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  • Lucy Perkins

    Actor

    Nick Grosso has some good two handers in his work and he's quite a new writer so hasn't been over done yet.

    There's a great scene in 'Kosher Harry' between a waitress and a male customer. Also 'Boy's Life' and 'A Real Classy Affair'. All modern and all for 20 somethings.

    Good luck x

    • 1st Jun 2006
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    Thanks very much, I'll be sure to check them out!! xx

    • 1st Jun 2006
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  • Blake J Askew

    Actor

    Just a gut thought...

    Have a look in The Heidi Chronicles by Wendy Wasserstein...

    Also "The Sisters Rosenweig"

    • 1st Jun 2006
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    Blake, is 'The Sisters Rosenweig' by Wendy Wesserstein aswell? Thank you all for your suggestions. It really is appriciated! xx

    • 1st Jun 2006
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  • Jason Haigh

    Actor

    I've just got back from seeing an excellent production of Intimate Exchanges by Ayckbourn. The whole play is a two hander,Male/Female.Too many good scenes to single out one so check it out.It will hopefully make amusing reading even if you don't think its right.

    Best of luck

    • 1st Jun 2006
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    Thanks Jason, I love Ayckbourn so will def check this out! x

    • 1st Jun 2006
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