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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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(9) For a thorough discussion of the import of Fanon's thinking on Harlem Duet, see Peter Dickinson's "Duets, Duologues, and Black Diasporic Theatre: Djanet Sears, William Shakespeare, and Others" (199-202).
I'm Just Saying is an exciting performance of new monologues and duologues written by young people from Newcastle.
(title also American Contemporary Music for Clarinet and Piano) Three Duologues.
Since it premiered at Smith College in 2003, The Naked I: Monologues From Beyond the Binary has been hailed as "the transgender Vagina Monologues." This Eve Ensler-inspired play challenges societal conventions of gender and the body through 18 monologues, duologues and short sketches that recount the experiences of differently gendered people.
The play is a series of duologues as Jerry--practically vibrating with excitement, anxiety and fear in a kinetic and appealing perf by Rogers--seeks conversation counsel and support from his wife, ex-girlfriend, friends and father, all from the padded leather booth of his favorite restaurant, the Knickerbocker, a hangout he is sure to see less of in the future.
"Frozen's" mordantly oblique tone and structure, divided into 30 shards of time-shifting monologues and duologues, sometimes tests one's patience.
Kennedy analiza la diferencia entre el dialogo y el duologo en su capitulo 2, "Duologues of Transformation in Shakespeare" (62-105), en que se enfoca en el nuevo dialogo mas personal con poder transformacional que se encuentra en la obra de Shakespeare.
Its preponderance of leisurely duologues lets slip its theatrical origins but, still, it is a seductive movie in which the heart definitely rules the head.
A formidable figure in Act 1, self-contained, morally secure, she brings enormous emotional power to the defining Act 2 duologues with Jenufa, Steva and Laca, riding the great orchestral climaxes with vocal authority even as the character's moral certainty slips agonisingly away.
The selection of monologues, duologues and full scripts have been compiled by the group, who meet once a month.
The festival culminates in the public performance of duologues from plays by Shakespeare and his contemporaries, including Webster, Dekker, Fletcher, Ford and Middleton.
Although this austerity throws the characters into stark relief, its angles provide the actors with an unusually dynamic space upon which to play out the highly charged duologues of Ted Hughes' version of the original Racine text.