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Duet Acting Scenes
If you need a place to start to find some good scenes check out this page on which you will find links to sites that have a wide range of scripts, dialogues and monologues. Or you could have a look at the previews of these plays (requiring one female actor and one male actor) and pick them up from your local library or online.
A Day In the Death of Joe Egg, Peter Nichols
All Summer Long, Robert Woodruff Anderson
A Taste of Honey, Shelagh Delaney
Two for the Seesaw, William Gibson
Oleanna, David Mamet
A Hatful of Rain, Michael V. Gazzo
A Blind Date With Mary, Sura
(Bob and Susan)
And remember! If there is a play that you are doing a scene that really suits your acting style, chances are other plays by this same playwright are going to match you too, so get your hands on everything they have written and see if there are other scenes or even monologues that you can add to your repertoire.
Here are some other related pages you might find helpful:
Once you have chosen your duet acting scene, see how to best prepare and rehearse it.
Look here for places on the internet where you can find the duet acting scenes of your choice.
A Guide To Starting A Successful Acting Career
And for help memorizing your lines.
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