duologue


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duologue

(sometimes US), duolog
a part or all of a play in which the speaking roles are limited to two actors
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8 w/s, and the second part of the scene, dominated by Hildy's phone duologue at 4.
In Duologue Acting for 12 to 14-year-olds, Josie Ambler and Erin Robinson came second.
Its energies are instead concentrated on the comically inventive, verbally and psychologically unrelenting duologue between the two brothers.
The production is a duologue, performed by Jill Miller and Gwyn Harwood, who founded the company in 1998.
But the same goes for even the apparently static and lengthy, largely actionless, central Mark/Marnie duologue (car/Howard Johnson's/car).
VAUXY Theatre - the original Scottie Road company which boasts a working class audience other theatres can only dream about- is launching its comeback with a retrospective father/son duologue from veteran writer John Dillon, whose association with the group reaches way back to Wearing Colours, a 1984 play about the Heysel Stadium disaster.
Hippodrome Comedy 29-Mar-1915 Gaiety S' Nice Revue (Hastings) 05 Apr-1915 Coronet S' Nice Revue 16-Nov-1915 London Opera The Ghost of Farce (charity House Jerry Bundler matinee perf) Disraeli Duologue ?
The framework of Ripley's book is a duologue between Olussa, a Greek historian, and Roscius, a legionary serving with Paulinus, with a few other voices interspersed in this composite and compelling narrative.
But the true star of the show has to be the setting: the giant warehouse with its cathedral-like acoustic, enhancing for music and singing, less friendly to what is chiefly monologue or duologue.
But as we reach the interval thinking the 'barside confidential' chat has fully run its course, and that the second half will be a virtual re-run of the first, Cartwright's duologue moves up a gear.
Williams conveyed the elegiac sentiments of Moeran's four Ludlow Town songs with considerable tenderness, while Butterworth's ghostly duologue 'Is my team ploughing?
The winning speeches were given by Joe Parkinson on designer labels,Emma Parkinson against the war in Iraq and a duologue from Willy Russell's Lies performed by Samantha Nicholson and Kirsty Williams.