Plays

I come from a family where music, art, writing, and acting are the norm. In acting classes, there is a need for a lot of dialogs: a short two-person play. I often have ideas for a dialog. So, I put them here. Feel free to take these dialogs and use them for your own acting practice. My goal is to have dialogs that require no costumes or props.

I Scream
I wrote this with my daughter. It is a take on Monty Python's cheese sketch that is more relatable for the average person. A cusomter wants an ice cream cone. It should be simple to order one, right?
Essential Amenities
This is a take on the classic Shelley Berman's "A Hotel is a Funny Place." A guest doesn't want those miniature bottles of shampoo and conditioner. A simple request, right?
Disrepair
This is a slight exagerration of my experience trying to get the thermostat in my car fixed.
Big Jump
If you've ever worked in sales, you've had to help that one customer who just can't make a decision.
You've read it. You can't unread it.
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